You Can Soar Like an Eagle by Nell W. Mohney

By Nell W. Mohney

Yet those that desire within the Lord will renew their energy. they'll start on wings like eagles; they are going to run and never be weary, they'll stroll and never be faint. (Isaiah 40:31 KJV) The eagle is an impressive chook that represents thought and braveness. in keeping with my examine, it's the basically poultry that may not try and steer clear of a hurricane. although eagles don’t hunt down a typhoon, while one happens, they cling on till they could bounce above it. It happens to me that a few everyone is like eagles. It isn’t that they've no storms or problems of their lives; we all do. What makes them “eagle humans” is their tenacious carry on wish. while a typhoon comes, rather than caring, they draw upon the internal assets that come from religion to upward thrust above the hurricane and start. during this e-book, we'll discover the assets to be had to us as Christians whilst storms without notice look upon our horizons. between those assets are the Bible, the printed note of God; prayer; worship; and the instance and encouragement of Christian pals, relations, co-workers, and pals. after we use those God-given assets, we can also “soar like an eagle”! —adapted from the advent every one bankruptcy features a key Scripture verse, own tales and anecdotes, useful and religious insights for suggestion and encouragement in weathering the storms of existence, and questions for mirrored image or dialogue. a few chapters additionally contain “An Eagle Challenge”—a particular advice for enforcing a specific precept on your lifestyles.

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At first I tried to focus, though somewhat hazily, on her conversation. When she went from jaunty to negative, however, I could actually feel energy flowing from my body. She told in gory detail about her friend who had a similar cancer to mine. ” I rang for the nurse, who came promptly into the room and invited the thoughtless woman to leave. I was “wiped out,” and it took me hours to regain my strength. For many people, negativism has become an “unconscious” and habitual thought pattern. Often this thought pattern develops early in life because of a negative childhood environment.

Not only that, but the President also told that story in his speech. Yes, we all need to keep humor in our lives. Perhaps there's no better energizer for action and for serving others. Humor relieves tension, distracts us from pain, and enables us to be sensitive to the feelings and needs of others. In fact, when life says no, a sense of humor—along with intentional grieving, faith, and action— makes it possible for us actually to have the last laugh! Digging a Little Deeper 1. Life says no in many ways—from disappointments as small as having rain when we had planned an outdoor event to something as major as losing a parent, a spouse, or a child by death.

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