Tuesday, July 21, 2009


a Biblical thought...
Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loose the chains of injustice and untie the cords of the yoke, to set the oppressed free and break every yoke? (Isaiah 58:6)

a Book thought...
Holiness, far from being all that we hate most in life and instinctively shrink from, is the opposite: wholeness, health, bursting vitality, inner radiance, joy. All these most desirable qualities of life, and more, are the marks of holiness in a life. Holiness is simply Christlikeness: to be like Jesus, to allow Him to live through us by the Holy Spirit. (Maxwell Ryan)
a Dave thought... from www.giantimpact.com
While leaders constantly investigate their surroundings, the most important questions they ask are the ones they pose to themselves. By routinely questioning their goals, motives, and purpose leaders renew their self-identity along with their sense of perspective. Consider the following benefits of examining yourself as a leader.

1) Quality Questions Create a Quality Life
You only get answers to the questions you ask. If you won't dare to wrestle with the tough dilemmas in life, then you'll live small.

2) Focused Questions Stimulates Creative Thinking
A well-considered question penetrates to the heart of the matter and triggers new ideas and insights.

3) Honest Questions Lead to Solid Convictions.
Inquisitiveness clarifies morals and beliefs. Values are shaped when you force yourself to be truthful in answering tough questions about where you stand on key issues.

4) Correct Questions Help Us Find Ourselves and Our Mission.
Tackling life's biggest questions brings direction and meaning to life's journey.

Just a thought.

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