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Welcome to a brand new week of Freedom Fighter blogs. We are thankful for you.
Here are some things to think about:
The most destructive habit – WORRY
The greatest joy – GIVING
The most satisfying work – HELPING OTHERS
The ugliest personality trait – SELFISHNESS
The most endangered species – DEDICATED LEADERS
Our greatest natural resource – OUR YOUTH
The greatest “shoot in the arm” – ENCOURAGEMENT
The greatest problem to overcome – FEAR
The most effective sleeping pill – PEACE OF MIND
The most crippling disease – EXCUSES
The most powerful force in life – LOVE
The most dangerous pariah – A GOSSIPER
The world’s most incredible computer – THE BRAIN
The worst thing to be without – HOPE
The deadliest weapon – THE TONGUE
The two most powerful words – “I CAN”
The greatest asset – FAITH
The most worthless emotion – SELF-PITY
The most beautiful attire – SMILE!
The most prized possession – INTEGRITY
The most powerful channel of communication – PRAYER
The most contagious spirit – ENTHUSIASM
The world’s greatest gift – The Lord Jesus Christ
Now hold one before you jump the gun. My guess is someone is going to say, “I don’t agree with this list.” GOOD!!! Rather than grumble about it – I want to turn it into an assignment. If you were compiling this list – what would your answers be? What would you add to the list? Email me your list, and I will share it with our Freedom Fighter family.
You can write to me at email@example.com. In the meantime, in the words of Dr. Woodrow Kroll, HAVE A GOOD & GODLY day.
Living in light of the gospel,
Bill Welte, President/CEO
Written by Bill Welte, President/CEO of America’s Keswick: Bill has been married to his childhood sweetheart for 40+ years and has four married kids and 12 amazing grandkids. He loves music and is an avid reader.
Think About This: “There is no sin too great for God’s grace. There is no habit too big for his healing. There is no label too strong for his love.” — Craig Groeschel