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The Habits You Develop

Part 9

February 28, 2021 • Dr. Lance D. Watson

Sometimes our bad habits don’t really seem that bad. And good habits sound like a good idea, but they’re so hard to get going. So why go through the effort of trading sleeping in for working out? Or scrolling our phone for spending time with God? Because your future self will thank you for developing healthy habits Scripture: 2 Peter 1:5-8

Cultivating Self-Control

January 3, 2021 • Dr. Lance D. Watson

If we could predict the future, do you think we would change our daily habits? Do you think we would invest in different things? If we could see the future results of our present efforts, we’d make far better decisions. This is no secret—God wants you to become all God created you to be. However, to become all that God created us to be, we have to make some choices and decisions to participate with God in the process. Your Future Self will thank you. Scripture: Proverbs 16:32 (NLT)

Learning to Move On

January 10, 2021 • Dr. Lance D. Watson

If we could predict the future, do you think we would change our daily habits? Do you think we would invest in different things? If we could see the future results of our present efforts, we’d make far better decisions. This is no secret—God wants you to become all God created you to be. However, to become all that God created us to be, we have to make some choices and decisions to participate with God in the process. Your Future Self will thank you. Scripture: Proverbs 16:32

Never Stop Praying

January 17, 2021 • Dr. Lance D. Watson

If we could predict the future, do you think we would change our daily habits? Do you think we would invest in different things? If we could see the future results of our present efforts, we’d make far better decisions. This is no secret—God wants you to become all God created you to be. However, to become all that God created us to be, we have to make some choices and decisions to participate with God in the process. Your Future Self will thank you. Scripture: Proverbs 14:12-14 (NIV)