IT Was Not So In The Beginning

We are created perfect and in the image of God Genesis 1:26 and we are created for dominion and we have been blessed by the creator himself Genesis 1:28. Along the way we lost that perfection, dominion and blessing through the activities of satan. God purpose and counsel has to stand He then send us his son Jesus to restore us back to the beginning. Today I will love to share with you the revelation God gave us during the morning dew with the Source Team.

Things that are made have the tendency of being spoiled and go bad, with or without the intention of the maker/creator therefore the need to provide an alternative to help check mate this
Jeremiah 18 told us the word of the Lord that came to Jeremiah at the potters house how the beautiful vessel he made was marred to his hand and that he made it again and it was beautiful.

Repair: when things spoiled or go bad they are repaired in order to get them back to sharp and perfect working order.

but some cannot be repaired so what to do is to “remake” it

Remake: those part that cannot not be repaired can be remade when they spoil or go bad so that we can still have them back to the working order it was created to function.

but still some cannot be remake so what to do is to “replace” it

Replace: when the spoiled part cannot to be repaired or remake then the need for replacement arises and then when that part is replaced, then whatever it is (object, Human beings) will now be in the original state it was made/created.

Must times we fail to call on our maker and creator whenever things go bad, we seem to seek help in the wrong place (calling a plumber to fix your electrical faults at home) Job 35:9-10 “Men cry out under a load of oppression; they plead for relief from the arm of the powerful. 10 But no one says, ‘Where is God my Maker, who gives songs in the night,” NIV this verse of the Bible gives us an example of how we behaved when face with challenges, I challenge you from today always look up to your maker who can repair, remake and replace whatever go bad in your life. Zechariah 9:11-12 “As for you, because of the blood of my covenant with you, I will free your prisoners from the waterless pit. 12 Return to your fortress, O prisoners of hope; even now I announce that I will restore twice as much to you. NIV”. God has given us his son Jesus who has paid the price and restore double to us what was lost. Isaiah 14:5 “The Lord has broken the rod of the wicked, the scepter of the rulers.” NIV Isaiah 30:29 “And you will sing as on the night you celebrate a holy festival; your hearts will rejoice as when people go up with flutes to the mountain of the Lord, to the Rock of Israel.” NIV

Why not call upon the Lord God your maker who is merciful and compassionate and he mercies endures forever and are also new every morning who’s grace is sufficient who can Repair, Remake and Replace everything (heart, lungs, kidney, liver, finances, relationships etc) just mention it to him he will replace it.

Shalom.

11 Ways To Eliminate Bad Habits

Being able to eliminate bad habits can have a profound effect on your life. But habits can be challenging to change since they aren’t based on thoughtful choice, so it’s difficult to use logic to change your behavior. They require a multi-facet approach.

If you can’t shake your bad habits, try these tips to get you on the road to freedom:

1. Give it a month. In 30 days you can eliminate a bad habit and create a new, positive habit. Do your very best for a month. If you backslide after a month, it’s likely that your strategy is lacking.

2. Replace your bad habit. It’s almost impossible to just drop it and not replace what you’ve lost. So think about what your bad habit gives you and find a replacement that provides the same benefit. Replace the benefit or it will be a constant battle.

3. Deal with one challenge at a time. For example, avoid trying to overhaul your diet, exercise, spending, and smoking habits all at once. Pick one; give it a month. Then add another one once you’re used to not having the first bad habit.

You don’t have to be in a hurry. Consider what it would mean if you could just get rid of your 4 worst habits. That’s only 4 months away. Comparatively, that’s quick, considering that you’ve probably had them for a long time.
4. Be a scientist. Leave the big emotional struggle for someone else and approach the process like a scientist. Have an attitude of wondering if you can replace the habit. Hypothesize on how it might turn out. Be curious and have a perspective of doing an experiment. There’s less drama and bias that way.

5. Remove your triggers. For example, get the junk food out of the house. If you smoke, stay away from the places you always smoke. Avoid the places that tempt you to spend a lot of money. Habits don’t have a lot of thought behind them – they’re almost like reflexes. Don’t put yourself in harm’s way.

6. Avoid being too hard on yourself. It might take a couple of tries to get the new habit to stick. Just improve your approach and keep on going.

7. Remind yourself. It’s easy to forget to perform your new habit. If you’re going to start exercising every day, set up some reminders. If you’re going to floss, leave the floss out where you can see it.

8. Tell your friends. Your friends can help you reach your goal. They’ll say something if they see you eating a hot fudge sundae or smoking on your lunch breaks. Get all the help you can.

9. Be consistent. If you’re going to start exercising regularly, try to do it each day at the same time. This is much easier than trying to exercise 3 times a week. Try to do your replacement habit daily.

10. Remember the pain. Each day, ask yourself what it will mean if you don’t stop indulging in your bad habit. Visualize the likely outcome.

11. Focus on the pleasure. Every day, ask yourself what it will mean if you eliminate or replace your bad habit. Visualize the likely outcome of this scenario.

Bad habits really put the brakes on your progress.

Use the tips above and give yourself a great opportunity to eliminate your bad habits and replace them with useful habits. There’s no better feeling than knowing you have control over your life.

To Our Success,
Randy Mundt
http://unlimitedlifestyles.tk