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Day Forty-Six (2/21/18): Sowing Expectantly
Recommended Reading: Psalm 62:1-8
If we want to get anything back from the seeds we sow, we have to sow them with expectation. We have to have faith in God’s promise and trust that he will grow our seeds. Faith assures us of the things that we are expecting.
Day Forty-Five (2/20/18): Your Seed is the Key to Your Future
Whatever is happening in your life today is the result of the seed you chose to sow yesterday. If you’re living a life of peace and joy, it’s because of the seeds you sowed. If you’re living in turmoil, chances are that you sowed seeds of trouble (yes, that’s a bit harsh but true!). If you’re walking in forgiveness, you chose to sow forgiveness and receive it back from God. If the seed we sowed yesterday is what has determined what’s happening in our lives today, then the seeds we sow today determine what will happen in our lives tomorrow.
Day Forty-Four (2/19/18): You are a Walking Dispenser of Seeds
Recommended Reading: Proverbs 11:23-28
Have you ever seen a grass seed spreader? A person will walk around their yard with it and turn a crank. When they turn that crank, it releases seeds that scatter all over the ground. That’s how we are, too. We’re seed dispensers!
Day Forty-Three (2/18/18): God Does Everything Through a Seed
Recommended Reading: John 1:1-14
Sowing into our dreams and assignments is the only way that we can be confident to expect a harvest. The concept of sowing and reaping is extremely important, and can be applied to many areas of our lives. This week, we will be talking about how to effectively plant seeds to obtain the harvest we desire.
Day Forty-Two (2/17/18): People of Uncommon Energy
Recommended Reading: Daniel 1:8-21
Having enough energy to fuel your day is so important to being successful. We can make all kinds of plans and goals but if we don’t have the physical drive to carry them out, what’s the point? Two very important factors that play a role in our energy levels are diet and exercise.
Day Forty-One (2/16/18): Uncommon Achievers
Recommended Reading: Psalm 90:10-12
How can we ensure that we’re setting ourselves up to be uncommon achievers? We have to become planners. Uncommon achievers have a habit of planning their day. This may not seem that important, but it’s a really small step that can help keep us focused each day. A really effective way to accomplish this is by planning out each day of the week on a Saturday or Sunday.
Day Forty (2/15/18): Uncommon Champions
Recommended Reading: Proverbs 18:4-21
Uncommon champions habitually speak words of faith, hope, confidence, and expectation. All throughout the Bible, there are scriptures that talk about the power of the tongue. Our words have the power to hurt, help, lift up, tear down, and much more.
Day Thirty-Nine (2/14/18): People of Uncommon Wisdom
Recommended Reading: John 6:35-46
As Christians, there should be two main sources of wisdom in our life: our mentors and the Word of God. People of uncommon wisdom read the Word of God consistently every day. It’s one of the best ways for us to learn about God’s character and how we can best live our lives to glorify him.
Day Thirty-Eight (2/13/18): Uncommon Spiritual Leaders
Recommended Reading: Daniel 6
Developing a daily success routine is important physically, mentally, and also spiritually. Today we are talking about the next important key to developing a daily success routine. Uncommon spiritual leaders pray at the same time very day.
Day Thirty-Seven (2/12/18): People of Uncommon Success
Once again, creating a life of success only happens through creating your daily success routine. In our world today most people are in love with the image of success but they are far less interested in the process of becoming successful. Not only do you need to create a daily success routine, but also you must fall in love with the process that it’s taking you through!
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