I Am My Own Worst Enemy

Colossians 2:9 It is in Christ that God finds an accurate and complete expression of himself, in a human body! (While the expanse cannot measure or define God, his exact likeness is displayed in human form. Jesus proves that human life is tailor-made for God!) 2:10 Jesus mirrors our completeness and 1endorses our 2true identity. He is “I am” in us. (God packaged completeness in “I am,” mirrored in you! Delay is outdated! We are not dealing with “I used to be”, or “I’m striving to be”; we are celebrating, I am”

Psychologist Sheldon Kopp says, “all of the significant battles are waged within the self.” People wage the greatest battles against their own flaws and failures.

Back to the stinkin Thinkin I Am My Own Worst Enemy.

The quality of your life depends on the quality of the questions that you ask yourself. You have to be able to go deep, people don’t like to look at themselves for the same reason they don’t like to open up a letter that has bad news.

We Know Who We Are. But honestly when was the last time you sat down and really looked at your weaknesses and your strengths? When was the last time you actually wrote down on a piece of paper your strengths and your weaknesses?

I know for myself I don’t like to list my weaknesses because then that’s telling me that I have something that needs to change. And that might be uncomfortable.

What needs to change today?

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