Don’t Let The Size Of The Task Make You Feel Small

Written by Harold Herring.

Have you ever hesitated…procrastinated about an assignment because it seemed such a mammoth undertaking?

1 Chronicles 28:20 in The Living Bible says:

“Be strong and courageous and get to work. Don't be frightened by the size of the task, for the Lord my God is with you; He will not forsake you. He will see to it that everything is finished correctly."

Here are seven practical things you can do when you feel frightened by the size of any task.

7 Ideas To Make This A Christmas To Remember

Written by Harold Herring.

7 Ideas To Make This A Christmas To Remember

1.         Prioritize and decide how much you can (and should) actually spend.

Don’t start 2015 with bills you can’t pay.  If you’ve already spent too much…it’s not too late to take it back and find something less costly.  If you don’t…you may wish you did…come January when the bills come in.

2.         Create an environment where Christmas presents are opened one at a time. . .savoring each moment.  You spent money to create a memories. . .take time to enjoy them.  

Who Would Be Your Pallbearers?

Written by Harold Herring.

Who’s in your inner circle?  Do you have really close friends?

Write down the characteristics which make you consider each one a close friend.

How do you decide with whom you will spend time?

Are your social interactions uplifting and character building for everyone involved?

Seven Things That Make People...Stupid

Written by Harold Herring.

As Forrest Gump once said:

"Stupid is as stupid does."

A person is ignorant when they don't know what to do.

A stupid person knows what to do but doesn't do it.

Benjamin Franklin once said:

7 Reasons You Can Take Back What The Enemy Has Stolen

Written by Harold Herring.

"I went to the enemy's camp and I took back what he stole from me. 

“Took back what he stole from me. 

“Took back what he stole from me….

“He's under my feet."

Even If You've Blown It...God Still Has Your Back

Written by Harold Herring.

You may feel as though you've totally blown it. . .but God still has your back!

The question you need to ask yourself is. . .what can I learn from this situation so I don’t mess up again. . .at least, not for the same reasons.

Write Down Exactly What Happened.

It’s important to recall every step you took and decision you made which precipitated your fall.