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Posts Tagged ‘Think Positive’

Think Positive

Jun 06 2013

Think PositiveThink positive, because when you are feeling down is not the best time to make decisions. It is very hard to develop positive options when your attitude is negative, so if you must make a decision, it only makes sense to turn your attitude to positive first. The following is helpful to me and may be beneficial to you if you are in a similar situation.

When we think: “It’s impossible.”

Remember: “All things are possible.” (Luke 18:27)

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