How much of our situation in life is based on our own life choices vs. God’s will? I love having God’s sovereign help, but I put a lot of weight in our own personal responsibility. We have a lot of choices to make every single day, and those choices lead to the life we get to live.
Episode #638 November 30, 2018
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The 5 pillars that have to be in place to come back from a crash
- Loving relationships
- Uncompromising integrity
- Clear purpose
- Vibrant health
- Optimistic faith
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