In this episode, Jeremiah discusses how to use the shame of our past to our advantage. The hypothesis is that if we are embarrassed or guilty about our past selves, it is a sign that we have actually matured and grown. The experiment is to recognize that the process of change has happened, because we…
All posts tagged change
95 – Finding Encouragement in Incremental Spiritual Growth
Jeremiah talks about spiritual transformation. The hypothesis is that the process of growth is incremental and that we should not expect overnight perfection. The experiment is to root out the negative paradigm that change is instantaneous, and instead rely on the incremental change which occurs in a relationship with the heavenly Father.
80 – Rearrange Your Furniture
In this episode Jeremiah talks about making external changes to help our internal lives. The hypothesis is that sometimes we need to update our spaces or our schedules in order to accommodate internal change. The experiment is to look at how your needs and desires have shifted and to rearrange one external thing to help…
Monday Good Stuff: Is Anything Too Hard For God? Nope.
In Genesis 18:14, God asks “Is anything too hard for the Lord?” The answer is unequivocally “No!” No matter what we may be facing, God can accomplish His will. When we look at the state of the world today, it’s important to remember that nothing is too hard for God.
44 – Let God Work it in You
In this episode Jeremiah discusses a spiritual mechanism of transformation. The hypothesis is that when we address our own internal reactions or problems, we must include God and His power or we will not change. The experiment is to give our problems to God and let Him work the change within us.
42 – The Undertow of Habit
The hypothesis of this episode is that our lives can easily fall into a routine that does not reflect our priorities. The experiment is to identify where our schedules and habits do not line up to the vision we have for our lives, and to include God as we make a plan to institute change.