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Sisyphus, Not

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1. Erica wrote:
In no particular order (1) To sdhecule regular, unbreakable, personal, private time with the Lord, your family and just for yourself. (2) To go to the people and not allow your ministry to be determined by those who come to you or who expect of you. (3) To learn to clearly say No and Yes. (4) To spend much more time listening. (5) To be less prophetic and more pastoral in content and tone in preaching. (6) To live within your means, no matter what. (7) To be very deliberate in cultivating and caring for deep, lasting friendships. (8) To refuse to allow the doing of ministry to crowd out your praying of ministry. (9) To not allow the urgencies of others to become your emergencies. (10) To expect no better treatment for yourself than our Lord received.Phillip's Camp's comment is golden and you're so right, Josh Ketchum's statement Not everyone is going to like you and that's okay is indeed huge.

Tue, October 13, 2015 @ 1:09 PM

2. Campus wrote:
Posted by on October 17, 2011 at 9:28 pm Hi Rick, It is a connection to the Universe and soimtmees the answers come quickly, and soimtmees we need patience and faith for it to come. And yes, It always answers, but we can't forget that when we ask for something we need to ask for the vision to SEE it. That's my little insurance policy I usually say.Donna Merrill recently posted..

Sun, December 13, 2015 @ 2:34 PM

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