To accomplish our goals for 2015. . .an average effort is not enough.  An average commitment is not enough.  Average desire is not enough.

A.W. Tozier, the noted theologian, wrote:

“Refuse to be average. Let your heart soar as high as it will.”

Being average is a settled for. . .kind of life.

The average person settles for whatever comes their way. . .by resigning themselves to exist as they are…by refusing to make the effort to move beyond and out of their comfort zone. . .into the kind of life God desires for them.

I got excited thinking about how our first SUNDAY NITE LIVE of the year should be a positive, uplifting and motivating message.

So you can imagine our surprise when we were led to teach the seven things not to do in 2015.

Please understand this is not a negative teaching but rather one that’s instructive providing a clear direction on what the Word says we should and shouldn’t be doing in the New Year. . .or, for that matter. . .any other year.

1.         Bad attitude

"I sent in my prayer request and was specific.  I believed God would stop the wage garnishment for my student loan as I had applied for consolidation.  The company I was making payments to submitted for wage garnishment despite my informing them of consolidation being accepted and payments scheduled to begin early 2015.

"The company had taken 3 payments from my check already.  New Year's Eve I received a letter from my HR department simply stating "we received documentation regarding student loan and garnishment" and to call them.

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.