Saturday, July 23, 2011

I'm Still Walking!

It's hard to believe it's been a year since I've posted on this blog.  During that time, there have been some signifigant changes in my life.  I've graduated my last child from our homeschool academy, started my second business, and worked through some of life's toughest challenges with some of my closest friends. 

I've been tutoring, working, learning, and growing in understanding of the great calling our Father God has placed on His sons and daughters.  More than anything, I've come to understand that our job as Christians is to be the mature ones in Christ.

I've had many opportunities to teach the things I'm learning myself, and have decided to document some of them here in an effort to utilize today's technology to help me accomplish some of what others are asking of me.  So, if you are one of those who has asked me to teach, these next posts will be for you!

My life began to change a few years ago, when my thinking began to change.  After all, "as a man thinks in his heart, so is he."  Look it up in Proverbs. 

The catalyst to my paradigm shift came after reading this small book, Acres of Diamonds, by Russell Conwell, so if you want to know the "secret" to my success, begin hereAnd really look up the Scriptures that I post.  Write them down in a notebook.  Commit them to heart.  Think about them, and speak them to yourself, especially when standing in front of a mirror. 

And if you really follow through and read the book, post a comment so I know you are going to be doer, and not a hearer only, and I will continue posting in this series on The Good Success spoken of in Joshua 1.

The Word of God will change your life forever, if you will let it.


Susan said...

You go girl!!!!!

Anna Paq said...

I am so excited you are going to post your journey. I love the Acres of Diamonds book, it's one of my favorites too. I can't wait to hear more.

Susan said...

Went and read it. It is very similar to Napoleon Hills book "Think & Grow Rich". L-O-N-G read and read some before dinner and finished it after.

Our Family said...

Thank you for posting Tammy. I look forward to hearing more of your thoughts. I will have to find this book. Thanks!