What would you say if I asked you, “Do you want to be the same person you are today a year from now?”

2 Corinthians 4:16 says, “Though outwardly we are wasting away, inwardly we are being renewed day by day.” In his book, Renovation of the Heart, Dallas Willard says, “It is easier to do what you have done than what you have not, and especially than what goes contrary to what you have done.” I once heard that change is the price of progress, yet why do so many continue to do the same things, follow the cultural norm or just simply drift through life?

How do you feel about change? Do you welcome the process that is needed in order to grow, become all that God wants you to become and seek out others to help you as well? Willard explains that for us to change bad habits we must, “come to want to not want what we now want.” Therefore, here’s to identifying our blind spots and embracing the changes which are needed for us to succeed! HOOYAH!

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