Honesty is the bedrock of trust. Without it, you have nothing. This is why we must nurture trust.
Sometimes it’s worth it to go above and beyond the expected reward. This video shows how a couple of honest people were rewarded.
What are you doing to encourage and reward honesty?
There’s two sides to every coin. And yet it’s the same coin.
Whether it’s face up or tails up. The coin doesn’t change.
Fear and faith work in the same way.
Fear is one side of the coin. Faith is the other.
You’re probably asking yourself “What’s Joseph talking about? Fear and faith are similar? He’s lost his mind!”
Hear me out though. They’re really similar. Just different sides of the same coin.
Fear is the feeling something bad will happen. In the future.
Faith is something good will happen. In the future.
Do you see where I’m going with this?
Fear is the negative side of faith. For both you’re expecting something, good or bad, to happen in the future.
Fear is tails up. You’re hiding your head as you anticipate:
- Bad news
Today, I am writing as a contributor to the Christian Writers Blog Chain. The theme for September is “Change.” If you are a Christian author or writer, be sure to check out Christianwriters.com to network with others.
The pace of life seems to be ever increasing. Along with the increased pace comes increased change.
Your looks change, your children change, your friendships change, your life changes…
All this change can be scary.
The good news is: It doesn’t have to be as scary as you make it.
Change isn’t always bad. It’s just different.
Sometimes it’s slow. Sometimes change comes quickly.
“This is a new year. A new beginning. And things will change.”
— Taylor Swift
I’m sure you can think of bad changes and good changes that had occurred in your life.