Inspir(ed)

Every day, there is something new that ignites your spirit to do something. For me, Inspir(ed) means that, I have been filled up with words of encouragement, with words of affirmation, with creative ideas…. (etc.) and now; I can go and give back to others all that I have learned and have been inspired with.

Great Leadership is not being selfish; it is being selfless.

I am not walking correctly if I focus on me and how this will benefit me. When I focus on you and how you need to feed your spirit to grow, and how God is using me as a vessel to do that, that is when it all makes sense.

When we take a look at foolish things (at what is temporary), we will bankrupt our perspective every time.

We have a choice when it comes to the way we see things. Some people are like thermometers; always alerting us when things aren’t right. But others are more like thermostats. These people determine the temperature in the room. Their words, their thoughts and their actions set the atmosphere. Are you a thermostat or are you a thermometer? Light is often used as a metaphor for teachings that bring wisdom and understanding into the hearts of individuals. Jesus is the light of God within us. As followers of Christ, we bring light to every room we enter. But just like Matthew 5:14-16 teaches, we can choose to hide that light or we can let it shine.

When you are leaning into the life God created you for, you begin to live a life of incredible courage.

You have purpose.

You can’t create something new if you don’t allow God to do something new.

No matter what season you may be in, make the most of T O D A Y. You are closer than you have ever been to what God has for you.

You don’t need somebody else to validate a call that came from heaven.

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