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  • Jody shared from The Prodigal God by Timothy Keller
    There are two ways to be your own Savior and Lord. One is by breaking all the moral laws and setting your own course, and one is by keeping all the moral laws and being very, very good.
    Note: Two ways to be your own savior:
  • Jody shared from Manage Your Day-to-Day: Build Your Routine, Find Your Focus, and Sharpen Your Creative Mind (The 99U Book Series) by Jocelyn K. Glei, 99U
    Studies show that the human mind can only truly multitask when it comes to highly automatic behaviors like walking. For activities that require conscious attention, there is really no such thing as multitasking, only task switching—the process of flicking the mind back and forth between different demands. It can feel as though we’re super-efficiently doing two or more things at once. But in fact we’re just doing one thing, then another, then back again, with significantly less skill and accuracy than if we had simply focused on one job at a time.
    Note: The multitasking myth.
  • Jody shared from Jesus + Nothing = Everything by Tullian Tchividjian
    “The gospel doesn’t just free you from what other people think about you; it frees you from what you think about yourself.” You’re free! Now you can spend your life giving up your place for others instead of guarding it from others, because your identity is in Christ, not in your place. Now you can spend your energy going to the back instead of getting to the front, because your identity is in Christ, not in your position. You can also spend your life giving, not taking, because your identity is in Christ, not in your possessions. All this is our new identity—all because of Christ’s...
    Note: just read this this morning. wanted ti share jt with you.
  • Jody shared from For This I Was Born: Aligning Your Vision to God's Cause by Brian Houston
    Are you simply living as one who is saved, or have you taken up the challenge to live as one who is called?
    Note: Saved & Called
  • Jody shared from Deep and Wide: Creating Churches Unchurched People Love to Attend by Andy Stanley
    So the best place to begin any conversation about change is the future. What could be. What should be. Perhaps what must be!
(Gaithersburg, MD USA)
Jody M. Earley