Good things will happen.

April 21, 2016

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Because, why wouldn’t they?!

Your mind is a very powerful thing. It can convince you that you’re desperate and hopeless or that you’re on the way to the mountaintop.

You either trust that breakdowns are a sign of failure or a symbol of breakthrough.

You either approach your day expecting magic to happen or you see this life as ordinary.

What’s it gonna be?

Friend, GOOD THINGS are coming your way!!! I know this because I know if He guides you, your heart should be filled with anticipation and wonder of what this day will bring you.

Usually, if you are believing for good things, your mindset is anchored in hope, which provides an attitude of resilience, a heart of trust and a soul that knows it can fly.

Usually what you look for is exactly what you see. And your perspective determines what you look for– so be honest with yourself! What are you looking for?

BELIEVE good things can happen and good things shall happen.

“The heart of man plans his way, but the Lord establishes his steps.” -Proverbs 16:9

xoxo,
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