Believe In Yourself

There is incredible power in believing in oneself.  To believe in one’s own person is not only valuable but needful.  One of the great problems with believing in ourselves is our proclivity to make mistakes and bad judgments.  This causes us to lose confidence and began the process of self-doubt.

Once you understand that no one is perfect and that no one make great choices all the time your attitude will change for the better.  Believing in oneself means your ideas can be trusted, your dreams can be realized, your failures can be overcome. Believing you can is half the battle.  Believing you will is the other half.

Believing always involves the truth.  You must be truthful with yourself about your ambitions and dreams.  They must not be unrealistic compared to your diligence and work ethic.  Dreaming must always be coupled with doing.  It is not enough to believe in yourself, you must also be willing to pay the price, do the hard work, and stay the course regardless of how difficult it becomes.

Believing in yourself does not turn you into a self worshipper but into a dedicated and motivated achiever.  As a man thinks in his heart he eventually becomes.  So think the right thoughts, do the right deeds, and you will achieve the desired results.

Believing in yourself is not pumping yourself up, but pushing yourself forward.  Believing in yourself is not exaggerating your ability but living up to your ability.

Believe in yourself today and start living your beliefs and before long you will have an unbelievable life.

Pastor Leon Wallace

Published in: on August 2, 2010 at 9:16 pm  Leave a Comment  

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