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Tag Archives: One Word
Isaiah 26:12 (NIV) All that we have accomplished you have done for us. Forgive me, Lord, for hogging the credit.
My one-word for 2018 is Accomplished. It’s inspired by Isaiah 26:12 (NIV) All that we have accomplished you have done for us. It will remind me that God gets credit for all I accomplish. My goal is to accomplish … Continue reading
When I was deep-cleaning the Christmas tree corner, I unearthed a forgotten journal. Its soft leather cover is engraved with “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord. “I was using that for something … Continue reading
It’s the last week of the year. What’s on your agenda? After-Christmas sales New Year’s resolutions Finish my 2016 to-do list My “one-word” for 2016 was two words: Finish It I did. And I didn’t. I cleaned … Continue reading
Discipline – my one word for 2015. Hebrews 12:6 (ESV) For the Lord disciplines the one he loves. Lord knows, I am loved. How about you?
Have you heard of one word resolutions? You focus on one word for the whole year. How’s that sound? Terrific Crazy Intriguing Your one word can be a godly attribute or spiritual discipline–patience or solitude, for example. … Continue reading