Sometimes the most powerful lessons we learn are ones that we are re-learning. It’s not that we haven’t heard it before, but it makes a big impact when we hear it again.

Here are the top five articles and scripture resources



1. Scriptures on Traveling Mercies

Prayer isn’t a religious thing; it’s a legal thing. We are told to pray without ceasing (1 Thessalonians 5:16-18) and that includes praying over our traveling! God watches over His Word, so let’s give Him something to work with by praying.

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2. Scriptures on the Mind

What you think about is what you’re going to act on, so it’s important to know what God’s Word says about your thoughts.

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3. Obedience is Better Than Sacrifice

Obedience is really important to God, and He attaches a lot of benefits to it. Job 36:11 (MEV) says, “If they obey and serve Him, they will spend their days in prosperity and their years in pleasure.” I don’t know of a better scripture to make into a bumper sticker and have plastered on the back of your car or stuck on a refrigerator!

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4. Never Call Your Child Stupid

There’s a very good reason why parents should never call their child, “stupid.”

It’s because your words are powerful. If you of all people, who know your child best, call them stupid, your child will start to think, “I must be stupid because my dad said I am.”

A person will begin to believe what they hear the most. If at home, all they hear is how they are doing something incorrectly or that they never learn, they will begin to see themselves that way.

5. When You Don’t Know What to Say

Have you ever been unpleasantly surprised by something? What was your first reaction?

That’s what we’re talking about today. Our first reaction is important because that’s a reflection of what we have deep on the inside.

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