Archive for October, 2010

Judge Not!

 I dreamt of heaven the other night and the pearly gates swung wide.

 An angel with a halo bright, ushered me inside,

 And there to my astonishment stood folks I’d judged and labelled as

 quite ‘unfit’; of little worth and spiritually disabled. 

Indignant words rose to my lips but never were set free,

for every face showed stunned surprise – not one expected me

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On Psychiatry – M.Scott-Peck

“Over the years I came to believe, and again I’m leaving out the biological aspects,

 but that psychological disorders are all disorders of thinking. So narcissists,

 for instance, cannot or will not think of other people….What we used to call

passive-dependent people don’t think for themselves.

Obsessive-compulsives tend to have great difficulty thinking in the big picture.

And I would say that if you have a patient or a client who has some real difficulty,

 psychological difficulty,  look for the problem in their thinking.

There is some area where they are not thinking correctly. “

 M. Scott-Peck

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Prescribed by the Great Physician


The next time you feel like GOD can’t use you – just remember,

Noah was a drunk

Abraham was too old

Isaac was a daydreamer

Jacob was a liar

Leah was ugly

Joseph was abused

Moses had a stuttering problem

Gideon was afraid

Samson had long hair and was a womaniser

Rahab was a prostitute

Jeremiah and Timothy were too young

David had an affair and was a murderer

Elijah was suicidal

Isaiah preached naked

Jonah ran from God

Naomi was a widow

Job went bankrupt

Peter denied Christ

The Disciples fell asleep while praying

Martha worried about everything

Zaccheus was too small

Paul was too religious

Timothy had an ulcer..AND

Lazarus was dead!

Now! No more excuses!

God can use you to your full potential.

Besides you aren’t the message; you are just the messenger.

And one more thing…Share this with a friend or two…

In the Circle of God’s love …

God’s waiting to use your full potential

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