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  • I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service. And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God- Romans 12:1-2

Because of God's assurances given to us in His Word, as Christians, we should take Him at His Word and promise ourselves we will never again do those things He has given us the power to overcome. These are just the beginning in a long list waiting to be discovered as you read. Read them. Claim them. Practice daily walking in His Power in them. Write them out. Carry them with you. Look at and repeat them to yourself often. Soon you will discover you will give no second thought of them as His Spirit transforms you into His likeness.

For just one example. When someone asks you, "How's your day going?" and difficulties seem more than normal for you, don't reply, "Terrible, just terrible. I'm really having a bad day." Be genuine. Rise above your difficulties and live in the Joy of His promises and assurances. "This is the day which the LORD hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it." - Psalms 118:24;    "(For we walk by faith, not by sight:)" - II Co.5:7



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I WILL NEVER AGAIN SAY I CAN'T.

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I WILL NEVER AGAIN SAY I LACK ANYTHING.

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I WILL NEVER AGAIN SAY THAT I AM AFRAID.

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I WILL NEVER AGAIN SAY THAT I DO NOT HAVE FAITH.

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I WILL NEVER AGAIN SAY THAT I AM WEAK.

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I WILL NEVER AGAIN SAY THAT THE DEVIL MADE ME DO IT.

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I WILL NEVER AGAIN SAY THAT I AM DEFEATED.

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I WILL NEVER AGAIN SAY THAT I AM DUMB.

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I WILL NEVER AGAIN SAY THAT I FEEL BAD.

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I WILL NEVER AGAIN SAY THAT I AM WORRIED OR FRUSTRATED.

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I WILL NEVER AGAIN SAY THAT I AM IN BONDAGE TO ANYTHING.

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I WILL NEVER AGAIN CONDEMN MYSELF.

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I WILL NEVER AGAIN WORRY ABOUT TOMMORROW.



- Continue in your own discovery, creating your own list.
- Ken Livingston

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