Taking Responsibility of your own life

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Taking Responsibility of your own life

November 9, 2009 Uncategorized 4
Goodwish sermon for Friday 6th Nov 2009; candidates’ prayers for KCPE
By Anngladys Gichuhi, Mrs.
Media H.O.D. at ACMI
Student at Kenyatta University
Member of the Youth Pastoral Board, CCIT.
Author: Becoming an Amazing Girl
Email: anngladys@becominganamazinggirl.org
Website: www.becominganamazinggirl.org


You chart the course of your life; you tell your life where to go,no one else can do that for you

Your life becomes what you want it to become

By your thoughts, wordsdeeds

Lifedeath are in the power of the tonguethey that love it shall eat the fruit of it Prov. 18:21

As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he Proverbs 23: 7

TEAR Model by Paul McGee: SUMO Author (Shut Up; Move On)

Thoughts (head)

Emotions (heart)

Actions (hands)

Results (responses from others,your environment)

(Your thoughts influence the emotions you feel, which in turn have a great effect on your actions. Your actions set the stage for the kind of feedback that you get from your environmentother people.)

The ball is really in your court

No one can decide for you the mediations of your heart except you

God has given us a free will, so we can make our lives anything we want

Best is to ask God, trust, obeyhonor Him

“I place before you lifedeath,” the bible says. God is fair, justkeeps His word. He is true to Himself. What about you? What will you do with your life? Deut 30:19

Do your best where you’re at, if you’re really good, you’ll be sought after. Ecc. 9:10

Walk in the lightyou’ll be seen

He’s given you the gift of life, talentsopportunities. Will you seize them or will you lose them?

God has not given us the spirit of fear, but of power, lovea sound mind.2nd Tim: 1:1

I can do all things through Christ who gives me strength Phil. 4:13

Lazy people can’t feed themselves or go out to work. Prov. 26: 13-16.They say that there is a lion on the street. Prov. 30: 25-29.

Hard working people stand before kingsnot before obscure men. Which one will you be? Prov. 22:29

The choice is yours, just like was Joshua’s – “as for memy house we will serve the Lord.”

What is your choice? What is your priority? What is your main concern, your passion?

Time management, moment by moment, day by day. That’s how to build your life. Same as money.

Invest in what really matters,what will matter in the long term.

Carpe diem! Some things will always be there, but others are seasonal.

Maximize your seasons.

In life there is no platform for excuses. And in life you get what you bargain for.

You get more tired by what you don’t do that by what you actually do. Mental loads are much heavier than physical ones,exert a greater toll on us too.

Work with God, He’s the best partner in life.


You tell your life where to go

Do your best where you’re at

You have been empowered for it

Reflect on your values, SWOT Analysis

Take necessary steps/action

Your life is largely in your hands. You can commit it to Godseek His wisdomguidance. He loves youloves to be a part of your life, but only if you let Him. He stands at the doorknocks. If you let Him you will dine greatly with Him nowin eternity, otherwise your life will be a waste forever. Rev. 3:20 If you want to surrender your life to God, raise your handwe’ll pray together. THE END.

4 Responses

  1. […] I spoke, encouraging the candidates to take responsibility of their lives. You can see the speech here. Later, together with the teachersparents, we prayed for the candidates. The parents bought […]

  2. Rick says:

    You may enjoy James Allen’s book, As a Man Thinketh or his other works. Check out The James Allen Library at http://www.jamesallenlibrary.com

  3. Amy says:

    You may enjoy James Allen’s book, As a Man Thinketh or his other works. Check out The James Allen Library at http://www.jamesallenlibrary.com

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