Failure is never as painful as Regret.

Written by Greg Ryan


Continued from page 1

I happened to be an adopted child at 5 days old. I grew up around my biological family of four siblings. I chose not to have a relationship with them for thirty-six years for a number of reasons that were not good ones. It was only until last year in a hospital shared by my adopted mother and their father (not my biological father) that God gave me an opportunity to voice to all of them in one room of my regrets. Growing up I regretted not being a close brother for all those years when I hadrepparttar chance to. I regretted not being an uncle to their children when they didnít understand my actions. And I regretted my prideful nature of thinking it was their choice to come to me. All this didnít changerepparttar 148419 past, yet it built some bridges so we could move forward. But, in some creative way of Godís in that hospital room that summer day, eight people came together from all overrepparttar 148420 country. Maybe, just maybe forrepparttar 148421 reason that one of us or all of us could walk away that day having one less regret to remember. In what originally were two people having life threating surgeries turned out to be a miracle of Godís. Coincidence? I donít believe so. Godís perfect plan? Yes, I have no doubt. Do I feel better by healing that regret? You bet! Yes, I do regret some of my failures, but thereís one regret I will be able to forget forrepparttar 148422 rest of my life. Bob talked aboutrepparttar 148423 beatitudes this weekend. What better way to be merciful, and a peacemaker than to take care of a regret.

How do you think Jesus felt after he was resurrected fromrepparttar 148424 grave? Glad he did it? Yes! What will you do this week to be able to forget one or more of your regrets in life? Will you be merciful? Will you be a peacemaker? Or will you push it away again, OR WILL YOU ACT?

Greg Ryan is a High Profile fitness expert best selling author of faith base and fitness books and former employee of Kathy. For FREE mini course on how to LOSE WEIGHT NOW the right way clich here http://www.resolutions.bz


Lance Armstrong had it right -Every Second Counts

Written by Greg Ryan


Continued from page 1

Now that might sound harsh, but itísrepparttar truth, not only in exercise, but also in our spiritual walk with Christ as well. Our lives will continue to berepparttar 148418 way they are until we get torepparttar 148419 point maybe down on our knees and say to God, ďNo excuse is good enough, I canít turn back I need you in my life there are no more options available and can not and will not live a second more with out you.Ē

Lance Armstrongrepparttar 148420 famous Tour De France bike racer who is also a cancer survivor writes in his most recent book entitled, Every Second Counts, ď Each day not only on my bike, but with my wife, children and those I love, I live withrepparttar 148421 attitude that it can all end in a second and with that, every second does counts for something and failure is not an option.Ē

Where are you in your attitude toward Christ? Do you make excuses? Do you explore other easier options in life? This year make a difference!!! Remember, every second counts and failure is not an option!!!

Greg Ryan is a High Profile fitness expert best selling author of faith base and fitness books and former employee of Kathy. For FREE mini course on how to LOSE WEIGHT NOW the right way clich here http://www.resolutions.bz


    <Back to Page 1
 
ImproveHomeLife.com © 2005
Terms of Use