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TITLE: Is it time to change your lifestyle?
By Mark E Crossley
06/04/07
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This article is on change. Your thoughts please.
Thank You.
Change for some maybe an unpleasant prospect however for others it’s the fact of excitement. Whichever category any of us fit into we can be sure that we will face changes in our lives.

By necessity change takes us out of our comfort zone to some extent. What is important though is what the purpose of change is? Change for changes sake seems rather pointless but as the popular saying goes “You can change without growing but you can’t grow without change”. Think about it.

Whenever we read the news or look in the different media we are ever faced upon new developments, individually we may not think we come across change but we do. The unexpected strikes in or we move house, school or pass our driving test!.

If we find this touch you may find making a decision to follow God equally hard, challenging but exciting. You can have a new spiritual life where you can let God help you change personally which, in turn, will benefit you.

Whatever we do face change for better for worse but there is no better constant and reliable to help us through. If you want to cope with the stress of constant change you’ll need to invest your life in the One who never changes – God.

It is time you changed your life by inviting God into it?. Mathew 9 v 28 says “Believe me that I am able to do this”. Do you believe HE can start change your circumstances today?
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