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Monday, July 15 2019

When people are intimidated by your strength and happiness, they will try to tear you down and break your spirit.  Remember it’s a reflection of their weakness and not a reflection of you.  Live your life as though you are un-breakable.  

Never forget who ignored you when you needed them, and who helped you before you even asked.

Now, I really need to explain this one - cause it's more than "what goes around, comes around"  or "karma is a *****" scenario.  I'm talking about those you consider to be close comforters in your life, that never really give you any comfort.  You know what and who I'm talking about.  Those good friends, maybe even best friends, that as soon as you have a need, or a problem...they are directing you to anyone BUT them!  But pay close attention to those who are WILLING to help and especially those who see you and recognize there is a problem and do something about it, without you even saying a word.  THESE are the people you NEED in your life.

Trust that when the answer is no, there is a better yes down the road.

There have been times, when I would not ask a question, afraid the answer would be no.  But isn't that the only other choice?  Either yes or no, you still have to do whatever is necessary to accomplish what you set out to do.  If the answer IS no...then you need to find a way to make a YES happen, or work around the no.  And be continuing to work, there is always a better YES ahead.  Also, just because there's a NO, it may not be a no for all you require.  Maybe they can't do it all, but can do some.  Maybe its a no to what you asked for specifically, but YES to an alternative.  Never let the NO-s of life break you.

When you are going through hell, keep going.

And hold your head up.  Cause regardless of how anyone acts around you, everyone goes through it.  Some come out the better, some come out - stinking of the suffering and torture of it, some don't make it out at all...they continue to wallow in it, too afraid or lethargic to do anything to help themselves.  

The time to let go, is when you are going down.  Never hold onto someone or something that is going to crash you into the ground.

When you are on an airplane, the first thing they tell you is to put the oxygen on yourself first!  What help can you be to anyone, if  you are passed out?  It's the same with your deliverance...once you have made the choice to excel in your beliefs, you need to re-examine where others around you are in theirs.  Then you need to let go of the ones who instead up trying to level up, want to hold you back and discourage you.  

Get your spirit in Un-Breakable mode!  Know your tolerance and don't allow it to be pushed beyond measure.  Let NO be a word of love from you.  Let your time be YOUR time.  Choose who and what you want in and for your life...then be unstoppable, unyielding, unbending, uncompromising, unrelenting...UNBREAKABLE!

  Minister Cheryl Moore 

Living Blessed!

Acts 5:12-16  (NKJV)

Continuing Power in the Church

12 And through the hands of the apostles
many signs and wonders were done among the people. And they were all with one accord in Solomon’s Porch.
13 Yet none of the rest dared join them, 
but the people esteemed them highly.
14 And believers were increasingly added to the Lord, multitudes of both men and women,  15 so that they brought the sick out into the streets and laid them on beds and couches, that at least the shadow
of Peter passing by might fall on some of them.  16 Also a multitude gathered from
the surrounding cities o Jerusalem,
bringing sick people and those who were
tormented by unclean spirits, and they were all healed.

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