WHEN IT SEEMS IMPOSSIBLE

Impossibility does not exist, it is temporary not permanent, it’s a word for the weak men not for those with championships mindset

Listen to champions! Do you need a miracle in your life for something that seems impossible? With man it may be, but you must understand that it’s God who uses men to actualize His purpose., We serve the all-powerful God, and He can create something out of nothing! This is not just my opinion. Genesis tells us that in the beginning, God created the heavens and earth, but before He spoke the world into existence, it was formless and void.

Here’s the thing…if God can make the world out of nothing, He can take the empty places in your life and create something beautiful, too! He can speak abundance if you’re in financial trouble. He can take your sick body and make it healthy. He can take your mourning into dancing! Remember, you’re created in the image of almighty God.

There’s power in your words, and there’s power when you’re in agreement with Him. Start saying what God says about your situation.

Self-talk is the internal narrative you hold about yourself. It’s your inner voice and you may or may not have spent much time thinking about it or giving it any attention. The truth is, our self-talk can actually have a much bigger influence on the way we see ourselves, and the world around us than we realize.

Negative Self-Talk

Our patterns of self-talk are all too often negative – we focus on preconceived ideas that we’re ‘not good enough’ or ‘always a failure’ or ‘can’t do anything right’. Our brains are hardwired to remember negative experiences over positive ones, so we recall the times we didn’t quite get it right more than the times we do. We then replay these messages in our minds, fuelling negative feelings (Jantz, 2016).

Positive Self-Talk

Positive self-talk, as you may have guessed, is the flip of negative self-talk. It’s not about narcissism, or deceiving ourselves into thinking things that are inaccurate. It’s more about showing yourself some self-compassion and understanding for who you are and what you’ve been through (Jantz, 2019).

Positive self-talk sees our internal narrative switching to ideas like ‘I can do better next time’ or ‘I choose to learn from my mistakes, not be held back by them’.

Everyday, meditate in your heart and mind His Words and promises to you according to instruction given to Joshua in character1. It’s in the word of God that we acquire faith and and mental toughness to stand victoriously over what seems impossible to man. It will do wonders and that’s a guarantee. I can assure you

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