I allow faith to influence my decisions. My actions are based on a strong belief that things are going to work out in my favor. I feel confident that my life is on the path to success and only good things are coming my way.
My decisions are based on faith-filled, positive view of the world. I weigh my options responsibly before I act, but I always allow optimism to triumph over fear when it comes to determining what steps I should take.
I could sit down and come up with a million negative scenarios to prevent me from moving forward. But I choose to focus on the potential I have for success instead. This helps me to motivate myself into action.
To rise above the pack, I must take risks greater than anyone else. To take risks, I must be brave. My faith bolsters my courage.
Faith is about allowing myself to see beyond what my natural eyes can perceive. My eyes often see obstacles. Faith helps me see possibilities.
I hold on securely to my faith to remain encouraged about life. When I encounter opposition in life and my thoughts suggest that I quit, faith empowers me with optimism. Faith is my insurance against giving up.
I choose faith because the alternative to faith is doubt. I prefer to take a risk and fall short than to live in fear. There are lessons to be learned even from unsuccessful attempts.
Today, I choose to let faith influence my decisions and act as a catalyst for action. I use faith as a motivator because it is the best way to get clarity and courage. With obstacles removed from my view, I see endless possibilities.
Questions for Self-Reflection:
- Are my actions determined by faith, fear, or reason?
- How can I be more optimistic in my decision-making?
- What hopes and dreams do I have for myself?