by Holley Gerth (Goodreads Author)
Thankfully, Jesus said we don’t “live on bread alo…more
Thankfully, Jesus said we don’t “live on bread alone”—that includes cupcakes—“but on every word that comes from the mouth of God” (Matt. 4:4). What we really need is truth.
If you’re tired, discouraged, or feel a little empty inside, my prayer is that by the end of our time together, you’ll be refreshed and nourished in a way that will sustain you through whatever the future may hold.
Remember, you’re not alone, my friend.
In this uplifting book, Holley Gerth invites you to be filled with the strength, peace, and joy that come from God’s promises. Each of the 52 devotions based on the Psalms will help you remember that God is good and we’re all in this together. [close]
by Jurriaan Kamp
Not only that, pessimism can be fatal: Kamp sites research showing that those who indulge in negative thinking are more likely to smoke, be overweight and have high blood pressure, high cholesterol and an increased risk of Parkinson’s. Meanwhile, evidence abounds that optimism—intelligent optimism, not a rose-colored-glasses brand of wishful thinking—is not only good for your mind, but your body too.
Kamp demonstrates that on the whole we’re living longer, becoming smarter, working less, and growing richer. Not only that, democracy is on the rise, and violence is declining. He explains how we can cultivate an outlook of informed optimism that will make our lives and the world better—because, as he quotes Helen Keller, “No pessimist ever discovered the secret of the stars, or sailed an uncharted land or opened a new doorway for the human spirit.” [close]
by Russell Whitehead (Goodreads Author)
― Deepak Chopra, Synchrodestiny: Harnessing the Infinite Power of Coincidence to Create Miracles
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