Have you ever just felt totally overwhelmed by your responsibilities? It seems like everyone is depending on you for something or another. There are probably tasks right now that need to be completed at home, work, church, and in your business. All eyes are on you...waiting for you to get it all done. *Gulp* I have to be honest...In those moments, I've considered grabbing my dog and a few other pertinent items and just running away. Sounds like a good idea, right? Befor
Google defines self-discipline as the ability to control one's feelings and overcome one's weaknesses; the ability to pursue what one thinks is right despite temptations to abandon it. We all want to live like that, right? That sounds like a productive individual who is getting the job done! However, how many times do we struggle to control our feelings and then get beat down by our weaknesses? How adamantly do we pursue the goal when we feel like giving up? Well, I'm co
Have you ever started a project only to find out later that you would not be able to finish it? That can be so aggravating. One time, I was watching TV and saw a commercial advertising some delicious looking dessert. I decided that I would bake a cake. I excitedly hopped up, pulled out my mixer, grabbed my bowl, measuring spoon, eggs, and cake mix. I added my cake mix and eggs to the bowl and then realized that I did not have any oil. Talk about disappointed! Had I bee
Have you ever had to wait on God for an answer? I am sure that you have. We all have! It can be particularly difficult to wait when you are waiting on an answer pertaining to something you feel God told you to do. Did God instruct you to start a business or join a new church? Perhaps, He told you to visit a new city or create a product. You may have considered it or even taken step one, but are anxiously awaiting what is next. Habakkuk sat and waited for God's response.