Tag Archives: Frustrations

WHEN YOU’RE SICK AND TIRED OF BEING SICK AND TIRED…

Have you ever felt like you have no energy left? You feel physically drained and spiritually empty. Well you’re not alone. Many Christians experience or feel this way from time to time. Of course, some more than others and some for longer periods of time than others. But it is not uncommon. But thankfully the […]

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Dealing with Daily Frustrations…

Several years ago, I remember reading the little book, “Don’t sweat the small stuff…and it’s all small stuff.  Well, I am convinced it is the small stuff that we allow to become big stuff that is stressing us out.  The scripture says it’s the little foxes that spoil the vines. I read that one of […]

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Dealing with Daily Frustrations…Part 2

Let’s look at four typical reactions when you are facing an irritation. 1.  Some people resist it. They fight it.  They blow up.  They lose their cool.  Somebody said, “A small pot boils the quickest.”  You can tell a lot about a person by what it takes to irritate them.  Some people simply resist and […]

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Dealing with Daily Frustrations…Part 3

So what does one do about their irritations, interruptions and inconveniences? We stated in Part 2 that you don’t resist it, you don’t retain it, and you don’t resign to it. You reduce it.  You see it from God’s viewpoint. Let’s look at five practical steps on how to handle the frustrations of life. 1.  […]

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Dealing with Daily Frustrations…Part 4

So what does one do about their irritations, interruptions and inconveniences? We’ve already stated that you don’t resist it, you don’t retain it, and you don’t resign to it. You reduce it.  You see it from God’s viewpoint. Let’s look at two more practical steps on how to handle the frustrations of life. 1.  Ask […]

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Dealing with Daily Frustrations…Part 5

So what does one do about their irritations, interruptions and inconveniences? We’ve already stated that you don’t resist it, you don’t retain it, and you don’t resign to it. You reduce it.  You see it from God’s viewpoint. Let’s look at five practical steps on how to handle the frustrations of life. 1.  Ask yourself, […]

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