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"CHANGING"

Wednesday, March 31, 2010


Dear Diary,

"When I began to change the way I looked at me - the me I looked at changed."

"I am a new creature - through Christ Jesus!"

I have a new attitude.
I have a new way of walking.
I have a new way of talking.
I have a new way of living.
I have a new way of giving.
I have a new way of forgiving
even myself.

Mantra - Recited in Sunday School
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  • KEEP-GOING
    Amen sister!
    2365 days ago
  • FILLANGES
    Wonderful Blog. It's all about the change. Galatians 2:20 says just that....
    I have been crucified with Christ and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me. When we die to our old self and are reborn in Christ, it's only then that God can truly Bless us and mold us into the person He had planned for us even before we were born. Jeremiah 1:5
    "Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, before you were born I set you apart;
    Thanks for sharing this wonderful video. God Bless. Rick emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2370 days ago
  • WILDIEMOM
    Beautiful! I enjoyed ever minute of it. Bless you sweet heart, Thank God for you and your strength to share. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2371 days ago
  • SERENEMOM71
    You have quite the video skills! I really liked this and your other blog!! I believe that with God's, your friend's and Spark People's help you are obviously changing!! Good for you! I certainly want you to become healthier and live a much longer, happier life! Your story is inspiring to me and I am sure to others. God Bless You!
    Amy L, Co-leader, Christian Women with Depression
    2372 days ago
  • SUSANMYERS1
    I think forgiving ourself is one of the hardest task. We sometimes self defeat when we don't follow our goals and hurt only ourself. Thanks for sharing.
    2372 days ago
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