Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Introducing The Power Tool© At Biblical Minimalism & New Post At No Sidebar!

"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
(KJV)

Today, I am super-excited to announce the rollout of something I have been working on for a while!
It is called The P.O.W.E.R. Tool©, and I share all about it on my new blog,  Biblical Minimalism.
I'll give you a hint —it has to do with my need to minimize excess body weight and bring the physical slice of my Whole-Person Pie© into alignment with God's Word.


Sound interesting?
Do you long to draw closer to Jesus?
Do you happen to need to shed some excess pounds in the process?
Why not click over and visit me at Biblical Minimalism where I'll tell you all about what God has been laying upon my heart?
Here's a sneak peek...


I'm picking up The P.O.W.E.R. Tool© and using it, by God's grace!
Several are locking arms with me and picking up their own P.O.W.E.R. Tool©.
Will you join us?

Even if you don't need to lose weight, following this plan will improve your spiritual and physical health!
After you visit us there, I'd be tickled pink if would click over to No Sidebar and read my latest post called "Ten Signs That A Friendship Is Toxic."

God bless each one of you dear readers!
I am most grateful for all of your encouragement and support!

6 comments:

  1. Oh, Cheryl, how I needed to read this. You seem to know just how to put into words what your reader needs to read. It reminded me of a situation when my dear mom passed away nearly 2 years ago. At her memorial service at the church, the service was followed by a luncheon put on by the ladies of the church. A few days after, a friend of mine approached me and chastised me that the minister had not announced the luncheon was for everyone during the memorial service - this friend did not attend because she "assumed" it was for family only and she proceeded to let me know in no uncertain terms that she missed the chance for the lunch. Needless to say I was not aware of all these little issues at the time of the funeral and I never heard from this "friend" again. At first I was deeply hurt by her insensitivity but later realized this was just another part of the realization that this friendship was not a friendship I needed to nurture. Thank you for this post dear friend.

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    1. Oh, sweet friend! Your words are such an encouragement and blessing to me! It is hard to imagine how hurt you must have felt to be chastened so and at such a time! Having lost my dear Mom, I know how deep the hurt is, and to think of someone being so unkind at such a time is just incomprehensible. I am SO sorry you suffered such undue added hurt, and this was surely a blatant sign that this type of insensitive behavior was definitely not coming from a true friend. It is best that you found out and were able to shake off the dust and move on. It is amazing how, if given enough time, people's true colors show through. Even though the hurt was deep, I am thankful God revealed to you what needed to be done. You are such a dear person with such a kind, caring heart, you certainly deserve that same treatment, in return. Sending hugs to you and praying for you!

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  2. I'm not to far from fightin' weight, but I gotta check this out!

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    1. Thanks for your support, brother! God bless you. Praying faithfully for you!

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  3. Dear Cheryl,
    I am so blessed by the ways that the Lord is helping you to share your story of His Grace in your life! Clicking over to your post about toxic friendships reminded me of several sessions with my Christian Counselor. She brought up the word "boundaries" to me, as a true Biblical concept, and I began the long journey of letting the Lord guide me in that process. It's something that He is still helping me with--it wasn't easy when I had become used to having very little boundaries. But thank God, He does reveal the "toxic" boundaries, and gives us His Holy Spirit within to help us move forward in His "pleasant boundary lines." Thank you so much for being open and honest with His leading! Blessings and Hugs to you Dear Friend!!

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    1. Oh, that is such an important factor! Boundaries are so necessary. Yes, praise His name for His Spirit Who always has our best interests at heart! Thank you so much for your precious encouragement, sweet friend. Sending much love to you today!

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