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100 ways to simplify your life / Joyce Meyer.

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Item details

  • ISBN: 9780446194167
  • ISBN: 0446194166
  • ISBN: 0446537721
  • ISBN: 9780446537728
  • Physical Description: xi, 172 pages ; 24 cm
  • Publisher: New York : FaithWords, 2008, ©2007.

Contents / Notes

General Note: "Special sales edition: August 2007 ; first hardcover edition: November 2008"--Title page verso.
Contents: Do one thing at a time -- Be satisfied with what you have -- Keep God first -- Live to glorify God -- Don't worry about tomorrow -- Let go of what lies behind -- Learn how to say no -- Be yourself -- Choose quality over quantity -- Refuse to start what you cannot finish -- Don't make mountains out of molehills -- Get your mind off yourself -- Stop procrastinating -- Clear out the clutter -- Avoid excess -- Stay out of debt -- Let the main thing be the main thing -- Establish boundaries -- Know yourself -- Only believe -- Regularly reevaluate commitments -- Define personal priorities -- Choose your battles -- Be quick to forgive -- Mind your own business.
Be merciful -- Don't be judgmental -- Be decisive -- Think before you speak -- Be a God pleaser -- Don't receive condemnation -- Refuse to live in fear -- Follow your heart -- Don't be afraid of what people think -- Keep the strife out of your life -- Be positive -- Stop doing things you don't do well -- Don't worry about your children -- Avoid excessive reasoning -- Have simple friends -- Find the most efficient way to do things -- Be thankful -- Count the cost before you commit -- Pray about everything -- Don't fret over evildoers -- Trust God to change you -- Trust God to change other people -- Have a broad circle of inclusion -- Give it to God -- Take control of your thoughts.
Don't be complicated -- Don't plan for perfection -- Be easy to get along with -- Don't overestimate yourself -- Get rid of junk mail -- Block solicitors' phone calls -- Don't let work pile up -- Plan ahead -- Buy some time -- Organize -- Keep prayer simple -- Live with margin -- Don't have a false sense of responsibility -- Don't try to take care of everybody -- Give up control -- Be willing to adapt -- Don't try to change what you cannot change -- Change what you can change -- Be realistic in your expectations -- Progress is made one step at a time -- Wise up before you burn out -- Cultivate solitude -- Be eternally minded -- Tackle each day as it comes -- Remember that God is for you.
You are more than a conqueror -- Pray before you have an emergency -- Keep your conscience clear -- Understand righteousness -- Grace, grace, and more grace -- Bridle your tongue -- The battle belongs to the Lord -- Avoid scenes of temptation -- Avoid people who talk too much -- Be generous -- Be wise -- Beware of distractions -- Don't be easily offended -- Don't be so hard on yourself -- It is never too late to begin again -- Become like a little child -- The person who lives inside you -- Don't be discouraged with yourself -- Be a prisoner of hope -- Resist the devil -- Stay spiritually strong -- Be faithful -- Check your outlook -- With humility comes peace and power -- Let discipline be your friend.
Summary, etc.: By living to glorify God, and letting go of what lies behind, you have the power to change your live. Meyer shows you one hundred ways to immediately improve your life, and let God help you live a simple life.
Subject: Christian women > Religious life.
Self-realization in women > Religious aspects.
Conduct of life.
Simplicity.
Time management > Religious aspects > Christianity.
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