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03 Dec

The Millennial Warrior Shod your feet with the preparation of the gospel of peace   Shod means to “bind under” or “strap on”. I have found this to be my favorite piece of armor. I have been known to lay my head on my pillow and sleep like a baby when all hell is raging around me. This peace truly does defy all understanding. This basically is telling us to choose to live a peaceful existence, and be willing to…..

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22 Aug

I’m stepping out! Reprogram your mind Part two Reprogramming your mind starts with controlling of your thought life. This process absorbs every waking moment of your life. It requires analyzing every thought, judging it to determine if it is a productive thought or a destructive thought. The destructive thoughts will be cast down immediately, continuously, as they emerge. Eventually, this practice will become a natural tool you use on a daily basis. Offensive behavior may become a habit in one’s…..

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15 Aug

I’m stepping out! Reprogram your mind Part one What we meditate on certainly directs our behavior. I feel the first step in ridding ourselves of habitual, offensive behavior is to learn to control our thought life. Controlling ones thought life is simply that, being accountable for not allowing a destructive, negative, thought, more time in your head than it deserves. I am convinced any destructive thought, capable of leading you into destructive behavior, should be cast down immediately. When You…..

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20 Jun

  Help I’ve fallen and I can’t get up! Where do we go from here? Part two Forgiveness     We must all come to a point in our lives, where we are willing to put the painful assault behind us. I feel a key factor in the healing process is forgiving the individual or individuals who hurt us. We must then look at the coping mechanisms established, and be willing to forgive ourselves for those we hurt during their…..

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30 May

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23 May

Help I’ve fallen and I can’t get up! “Why are you wounded?” Part two     I feel we must all honestly reflect on our past to heal our present, enabling us to have a healthier future. When we suffer an assault, we must re-visit the event long enough to define it, own it, forgive ourselves and anyone else responsible for the event, and move on. I know you’re probably saying to yourself, why should I own and forgive an…..

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02 May

Help I’ve fallen and I can’t get up! Are you wounded?     I feel an honest self-examination is required to determine if an individual is wounded. Once an individual admits there is a problem, the healing process begins. One is incapable of correcting a problem if they do not know, or admit a problem could possibly exist. I love the quote defining insanity. Insanity is repeating the same thing over and over again expecting a different result.

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27 Mar

Our Redeemer lives!    

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30 Nov

Remaining in the Eye of the storm If anyone has ever witnessed a hurricane, they are familiar with the eye of the storm. The eye of the storm is a peaceful segment of time found in the center of the storm. I believe we are all capable of living a peaceful daily existence, regardless of what rages around us. Let’s refer to this peaceful existence as being in the eye of the storm. Finding the eye of the storm in…..

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20 Oct

Welcome. My name is Cheryl Lewis, author of Obedience. I’m so happy to have you as a visitor to my blog about my new book. This project is very special to me, and I hope to share some of that excitement with you here. I’ll be using this blog to interact with you about Obedience, expanding on some of the topics in it and blogging on some of the ideas related to my book. This is a great place for…..

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