Morning Line: Faith & Hope “Conquer”
give great honor to those who endure.” James 5:11 NLT
In meeting and solving problems we grow mentally and spiritually. Wise people learn not to dread, but to welcome the pain of problems. They become resiliency—they bounce back—People handle trauma in two ways. They either give up because they’re afraid, or they grow up by developing the capacity to handle it. The difference is instead of acting like victims, resilient people: (1) take charge of their lives (2) refuse to relinquish their values (3) refocus on their goal. It’s said “Challenge is a dragon with a gift in its mouth, Tame the dragon and the gift is yours.” Quitting is always simpler than enduring. But it produces a pattern that’s hard to break; o living to regret it. So if you’re thinking, “This relationship is too hard, I want out,” or, “This job isn’t what I expected, I’m quitting,” remember, you develop resiliency by remaining faithful in situations you don’t like and can’t change. Stay the course trusting God to get you through to success.
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