Every year, I host a women’s conference at Resplendency. This year’s theme is all about ¨Perspective.¨ Let’s take a moment together to discuss, ¨Changing our Outlook.¨
Our entire perspective has been impacted over this last year. Being bought back to our homes was challenging for many, however this was an important moment to take a perspective on everything. I believe God is in control and by faith we can trust Him completely in everything. During these moments, it is a great opportunity to turn toward God and not away from Him.
I will discuss how our outlook impacts our perspective. I encourage you to look at your problems in the light of how big God is. I love this quote from Greg Laurie, ¨…if you see God in His power, His glory, and His ability to help you, then you will see your problem with the right perspective.¨ I understand this takes faith and that is what I am encouraging you to do, ¨Believe God.¨
Perspective is such an important part of everything in our lives whether we are aware of this or not. It is impacting the way we see things. I want you to be encouraged that you do not have to walk alone. I so appreciate with certainty the way God promises to every believer how much He cares and is so aware. He lets us know in His Word we are not alone and we can talk to Him 24/7.
I invite you to join me at this year’s conference. Changing our outlook is a constant choice. It is an important independent decision. Remember to receive from God takes faith. It is up to you to change your outlook. Your heart affects your perspective, so I encourage take a moment in prayer and ask God to help you regarding your outlook and perspective.
Leave a comment regarding your perspective. Let me know how you feel your outlook can be changed. There are moments that truly impact our perspective and I would love to hear from you.
Here are more details regarding the Women’s Conference this year at Resplendency. Let me know you’re coming. I would love to see you there .
You can read more on ¨Perspective¨ Looking forward to hearing from you.
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12 thoughts on “CHANGING OUR OUTLOOK”
I find the best way to monitor your perspective and change it as needed is to make sure you’re not keeping yourself in an echo chamber. Consume information from all sides, especially ones different to your core belief, and challenge any perspective you have that’s causing you issues and change it if necessary
Broadening your perspective is one of the best things a person can do for themselves. It can open your mind in amazing ways and help you make sense of the world in which you live. Thanks for sharing!
Hi there, sister in Christ! ♥ This line really grabbed my attention: “During these moments, it is a great opportunity to turn toward God and not away from Him.” — Amen! Now, more than ever, we need the presence of our loving Father to comfort, direct, and assure us that He is still in control! I hope yesterday’s event was a blessing to your life and all who attended.
Perspective really is everything. I’ve been known to struggle with ‘stinking thinking’ and allowing the enemy to overwhelm my mind with his lies and vain imaginations. When I find myself sinking into that darkness of despair or despondency – the first thing Holy Spirit has had me start to do is really examine what I’ve been thinking or believing leading up to it. It’s amazing how one thought can lead us down a spiral of nothing good…
For me, changing my perspective has meant humbling myself before the Lord and saying, “Your wisdom, Jesus, not mine. Fill me with Your Truth so that every lie has to bow.” Getting still before Him and allowing Him to minister to those broken spaces that enable the wrong perspective to flourish has been the key. There is always a root for a wrong mindset. Somewhere, there is a lie that has formed a mindset. That mindset taints our perspective in all we do, say, and think. It’s not easy to change, but with God’s help, it is possible!
Thank you for sharing this beautiful post. God bless you in your ministry and your business. You are a blessing. ♥ I’m glad I found your blog. Now following you on Twitter as well. 😊
Hello Holly, so nice to meet you. I sincerely appreciate you taking time to read, comment and follow me on Twitter. Our entire perspective changes when we look to the Lord. You are right one thought can really impact our entire perspective. I would love for you to take some time and watch the conference on Resplendency Youtube channel. It was a really incredible time. Here is the link: https://youtu.be/LRHaZ-Vh6f8 Blessings!
I love this! thank you so much for sharing! Perspective really is everything and can totally shift your mindset.
Great post! I feel it daily when I feel like my perspective should change. I find that when I understand all sides, I am a better person! Thanks for sharing x
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Nice article… Thanks for sharing…… We need to change our prospective and need to upgrade ourselves and our mind as well….
I enjoyed the women’s conference so much. Such wonderful encouragement. Its to true to see things from a different perspective can really bring a new perspective.