Prayer for healing

“Almighty God, the giver of life and health, send your blessing on friends and all who are sick because of Covid and other illnesses. I pray for healing and comfort for them.

I pray that they and their family find refuge in you in the midst of the pain.

May you continue to give them the strength to keep going. To push through these dark moments and know you are with them every step of the way.

Draw near to them and let them feel your presence. I the name of Jesus, I pray.

Amen”

You can be successful

Life is strange and often imponderable when reflecting on what makes success and failure find their roots in simple experiences. The most typical reason people fail is that they left or give up when faced with temporary defeat. Believe it or not that probably many people are guilty of this mistake at one time or another.

Even though many people can analyze the mistake and found the lesson taught in each, respectively, they still fall into the same mistake repeatedly. What is the problem then? What is the secret that leads to success and achievement, that turns defeat into a stepping stone to opportunity?

Probably one of the answers is to explore the underlying old pattern belief systems that already tainted, such as “I am not good enough,” “I am not capable,” or “I am a failure,” etc. Then, learning to notice that achievement or successful life begins with a state of mind and a well-defined purpose. The further question becomes: How to nurture that state of mind that will attract success and achievement? Impossible? Not at all!

The amazing part is, as one thinks of his/herself as confident and successful, his/her achievement and accomplishment status will begin to grow. The astounding part is, everything he/she touches will begin to transmute itself into greater achievement and accomplishment that are gratifying and fulfilling. Furthermore, the acts of gratitude that express thankfulness become necessary and significant to nurture.
DR. Rony Kusnadi
Notable Life Counseling Services LLC

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