Have you ever heard or said the expression “Just get a grip?”

Have you ever said, “Well, I can’t seem to get a grip on this situation?”

Have you ever told someone, “You need to get a grip?”

This morning as I was meditating. . .it stirred in me that believers need to get a grip of what’s been holding them back from achieving what God created and endowed them to do. . .and from fulfilling His vision for their lives in 2021.

If you were to look up get a grip in the dictionary. . .you would find two definitions.

“to make an effort to control your emotions and behave more calmly” and “to understand how to deal with something.”

There is one person. . .only one. . .who can help you get a grip.

Many people have friends and/or family will listen to your dilemma. . .but you can’t be assured they won’t judge or talk about what they’ve heard.

 Matthew 11:28-30 in the Message Bible says:

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There are 64 times in just the King James Version of the Bible that the word blessing is used.  The word bless appears 463 times.  It is obviously a word God likes to use.

A blessing is something we all enjoy receiving from God. It’s also what we are called to do and be to others. 

Yet when you look around today there is a something that touches lives everywhere even in Christian circles.   

I call it “blessing abuse” or the sin of ingratitude.

When we forget who brought us to the dance. . .when we forget who has delivered us out of trouble. . .time after time. . .who has answered our prayers and blessed us daily. . .who healed our bodies. . .lifted us up when we thought we were sinking.

We have abused the blessings that God has given us by a lack of appreciation, recognition or a forgetful memory.

Words from Harold and Bev

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Harold Herring

Never let your circumstances define your destiny.  Rather create the circumstances that will assure your destiny.

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Bev Herring

Never allow anyone other than God to determine your worth and value.