Helping Yourself Is Not That Hard To Do!

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You will discover when you help others; you are helping yourself too. The best way to help yourself in life is to first take your problems to God in prayer before going to your pastor, friends, or anyone else. Other times we need to get motivated to do something or stop doing something. We have more ability than we give ourselves credit for having. God created us in His image and has given us all we need for life and godliness that is available to us. Like NIKE says, “Just do it,” or in some cases, “Just not do it.”~ Bill Greguska

Romans 12:12  Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer.


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Balance Helping Yourself, With Helping Others!

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Helping yourself while leaning on God is the right way to do it!

You will find that helping others helps you! Do you overlook helping yourself? Because we must do so! Some ways of helping yourself are: starting a daily journal, eating healthy foods, exercising, working hard, relaxing, and sleeping well. Helping yourself may mean saying “no” to what you want to get what you need. Helping yourself also means being willing to help others. People often run to others for advice and counsel, which is not bad, but we ought to think about assisting ourselves by taking our problems to God before running to others for their help.


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What Are Ways That You Can Be Helping Yourself?

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Helping yourself starts by having quiet time alone with God to get your directions for the day!

You need to ask God for self-control and wisdom. I mean helping yourself first to take your problems and concerns to God in prayer before trying to wrestle with solutions with others. Help yourselves, and getting advice or counsel from others can be a good thing as long as their counsel does not object to what God’s word says in the Bible. When we help ourselves, we can then be equipped to help others. We all have our daily activities schedules, so if you see any of the suggestions below that, you would want to incorporate into your program, that would help you. Keep in mind that when you are helping others, you are helping yourself. An expression says encouraging others is like pouring perfume on them; you can’t help but get some on yourself. First, take your concerns to God in prayer, allowing Him to direct your plans. When we go to God with His will in mind instead of our own, we are well on the way to discovering what is involved in taking care of our business. Remember that God provides for us our daily bread. ~ Bill Greguska




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Consider These 12 Principles:

  1. Set aside time for God each morning.
  2. Get your spiritual matters inline, and find an accountability partner.
  3. Take in proper nutrition.
  4. Be sure to get proper rest and sleep.
  5. Make time to get in enough exercise each week.
  6. Learn new things through books, videos, lectures, seminars, etc.
  7. Take care of your physical health and hygiene.
  8. Be aware of your mental and emotional health.
  9. Balance your work and play.
  10. Be social and keep in touch with your family and friends.
  11. Make time for yourself to collect your thoughts.
  12. Help someone else and do random acts of kindness.





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