Start Monday with an inspirational message that can help guide you through the rest of your week!
After the short video message, we encourage you to take a few moments to sit quietly and reflect on what you heard.
Blessings to you today, on Memorial Day, and all week long!
Discipline yourself for the purpose of godliness. - 1 Timothy 4:7
Are you a self-disciplined person? If so, congratulations ... if not, maybe it's time to think about your values, your priorities, and your habits. When you pause to consider how much work needs to be done, you'll realized that self-discipline is not simply a proven way to get ahead, it's also an integral element of a well-lived life.
If you seek to maximize your God-given talents, you should adopt a disciplined approach to life. Otherwise, your talents may go unused and your resources may be squandered.
As you plan for your future, remember that life's greatest rewards are unlikely to fall into your lap. On the contrary, your greatest accomplishments will probably require lots of work and plenty of self-discipline. It's up to you.
"It doesn't matter what you are trying to accomplish. It's all a matter of discipline."- Wilma Rudolph
- Excerpt fromHugs, Daily Inspirations for Women
If you like the door rosary hanging behind Kathleen, you can find ithere.