The people you surround yourself with have so much impact on your drive and motivation for your goals. Are making you a better person? Do they understand your life ambitions? Are they inspiring you? If not, something’s gotta change! 🙇🏻♀️💭 (@thefemalehustlers)
Having a faithful friend is one of God’s greatest blessings. No matter what’s going on in your life, you can count on that person to stick with you. However, there is no guarantee that you won’t lose that friend. Unavoidable circumstances like relocation, illness, or death may take your companion away, but if you are a Christian, you have a friend who will never leave you.
He’s the Holy Spirit, whom Jesus called the Helper. He’s no fair-weather friend, slipping in and out of our lives when it’s to His advantage. When He takes up residence within us, He comes to stay forever (John 14:16).
In most human relationships, we try to avoid the use of sweeping negative or positive statements such as, “You are always late,” or “You are always there for me.” However, such superlative declarations are completely fitting when applied to the Holy Spirit. Listen to how the Lord Jesus described Him:
“He will teach you all things, and bring to your remembrance all that I said to you” (John 14:26). “He will testify about Me” (John 15:26). “He will guide you into all the truth” (John 16:13). “All things that the Father has are Mine; therefore I said that He takes of Mine and will disclose it to you” (John 16:15).
Throughout the New Testament epistles, we find even more descriptions of this marvelous companion. His ministry in our lives is varied, and His accomplishments in and through us are many. How wealthy we are to have the Holy Spirit. He is a friend who truly sticks closer than a brother!
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Having someone understanding, someone that sees your good qualities rather pointing out everything someone else seen as bad traits. Someone who can just be there next to you and make you feel like your world isn’t totally falling apart around you. That is a person to get on your knees and thank the good lord for. Wait for someone who makes your life happy. Relationships are work, but if it’s miserable and you’re treated bad- that’s not the work people talk about! Communication and compromise is work, making the other person feel loved every single day is work...but the pay for that work- HAPPINESS! The real kind!! ❤️ #love#life#laughs#snuggles#pillowtalk#bestfriends#trust#kindness#truth#gentle#loving#ohmyheart#mypurplecardbuyspink
Black & White Thinking 💭 can get us in trouble when it comes to achieving our LOVE goals. Coming from an absolute of “all good or all bad” or “right or wrong” or “this way or the highway” mentality doesn’t allow for growth to occur or create a WE mindset when reaching our relationship goals. This sort of thinking typically leads staying stuck and single.
This is why we avoid Black & White Thinking and welcome Shades of Grey:
🖤 Limits Options- can’t see possible opportunities growth with a partner when stuck on a single thought.
🖤 Increases Anxiety/Depression- remains complacent because unwilling to compromise with a partner.
🖤 “ME” Mindset- refuse to understand a partner and work as a team from a “WE” mindset.
🖤 Discounts the Positive- this prevents resolution when you and your partner are experiencing differences.
🖤 Make False Assumptions- assume based on your emotional reaction versus the facts to find alignment.
🖤 Labeling- label people before giving them a chance to show their truth. This leads to failure to connect.
🖤 Blaming- blaming your partner instead of taking responsibility for your part
💗Benefits of Grey Thinking:
💗Open to Opportunities.
💗Asks Discovery Questions.
💗Trusts the Process
💗Feels Emotionally in Control.
💗CHALLENGE YOUR MIND, CHANGE THE OUTCOME 💗