Tag Archives: Small decisions

Small decisions that can make a big difference – Volunteer to a good cause

“Is there anyone here who can help with this project?”This is one of the most frustrating questions that a pastor can ask. People roll their eyes, pretend they are not listening or pretend that they are doing something more important. … Continue reading

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Small decisions that can make a big difference – Include God in your conversation

When I say that I do not mean what normally we hear in most conversations. Things like: “JESUS CHRIST!”; “FOR CHRIST’S (GOD) SAKE!”; “OH MY GOD (OMG)!”. Those expressions would be include in the Third Commandment: “Ex. 20:7“You shall not … Continue reading

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Small decisions that can make a big difference – Be nice to other people

We are living in a time when emotions are running high. We are seeing people exposing themselves in the worst way possible. People are just being mean. It seems that the Internet has given a megaphone to those people and … Continue reading

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Small decisions that can make a big difference – Guard Your Thoughts

“As if we could!”, you would say. Some thoughts we can control, but some are far from our reach. Some scientists believe that each person has an average of between 60,000-80,000 thoughts a day. That’s a lot of thoughts. If … Continue reading

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Small decisions that can make a big difference – Watch Your Mouth

“Arghhhh, @#$%&!…” Is this what comes out of your mouth when things are not the way you want? Or maybe when you hit your thumb instead of the nail? Those bad words find a way out of our mouth so … Continue reading

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