Do You have the Right Tools for Success? Your Dream is within Your Reach. A Biblical Approach that Works!

Screen Shot 2018-12-20 at 2.39.29 PM.pngI’m wanting you to have the best year ever! I believe God has an amazing plan in His heart for your life! Many times the happiness we seek is linked to walking in our individual purpose.

When happiness eludes you, often what’s needed has nothing to do with your social status, income, or the actions of others. When it seems like real and lasting happiness is unobtainable or when, month after month, your circumstances are unchanged, there is something you can do that will make the difference for you.

Watch this week’s video teaching. Do you have the right tools for the right job? You Can’t Expect Change in 2019 with 2018 Thinking

On my weekly video broadcasts, I talk with friends from around the world on topics important to all of us. Today, I shared what I’ve discovered about breaking free of situational hindrances and breaking into a dream that has been in my heart.

Here’s the video link (just click on it) that’ll take you to this week’s video message.

I’m excited to share what I’ve learned with you, because I want you to have the most satisfying year of your life.

You can be successful. You can have peace in your life, and joy. You can find the love that you’ve desired. It’s within your reach. Learn the Bible way to achievement and lasting joy.

Thousands have used the tools that I share in my weekly teachings and have overcome obstacles and moved forward into success. Success in relationships. Success in finances. Success in business. Success in their walk with God. Success is their overall well being. Success is possible for you.

Sometimes all that’s needed is a friend to help you identify the hindrance and remove it. That’s what I’m offering you today. Instruction from a friend who learned it from God’s Word and from some amazing women and men who’ve achieved incredible things for the Lord.

I’ve walked it out. This revelation changed my life, because it positioned me to receive help from the Lord. I’ve not accomplished anything that you can’t also accomplish. And whatever I’ve  gained, I give the Lord all the thanks, for He takes our few little fish and our little loaf of bread and He multiplies it.

God has a purpose for you and a beautiful plan for your success.

“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future,” Jeremiah 29:11.

God bless you,

Pamela Koefoed

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Wishing you the best life ever!

Are we Supposed to be Embarrassed to be Christians?

Pamela

Writing is a joy, knowing I’ve touched a readers heart is a greater joy.

Christian shaming came into the limelight when Joy Behar, the co-host on ABC’s The View, mocked Vice President Mike Pence’s faith in Jesus. I just want to ask a straight out, blunt question…Are we supposed to be embarrassed to be Christians? Because I’m not.

I’m thankful. That’s what I am. And I’m optimistic about the future because of the continuing positive impact that Christians are having in my nation and around the world.

Let’s assume that Vice President Pence said that God speaks to him. Should he be ashamed of this? No! Absolutely not.

His own belief that the Lord hears his prayers and that the Lord sometimes replies is normal. Let’s look at it this way: we don’t think it’s bizarre for children to hear their father speak to them. It’s expected. We’re the children of God. What good Father doesn’t speak to his kids?

In reference to Vice President Pence’s faith, Ms. Behar said, “It’s one thing to talk to Jesus, it’s another thing when Jesus talks to you.” She plowed ahead: “that’s called mental illness, if I’m not correct. Hearing voices.”

Vice President Pence isn’t crazy. He’s normal. And believing that God speaks to someone who is God’s child isn’t anything to be ashamed about.

One of the amazing things about Christianity that sets it apart from religions is this confidence that we are guided by God’s Spirit, that we hear Him in our hearts, and that He reveals His wisdom personally to us.

Christians throughout history believed that God spoke to them. And, throughout history, there have been people like Ms. Behar who accused Christians of being mentally ill because their claims sounded far too wild to be reality.

Anyone who reads the Bible will see that the claims of hearing God’s voice, made by modern day Christians, aren’t strange at all. The modern day believer’s testimony of their experiences with Jesus are actually quite bland and sedate in contrast with what some of our forefathers of the faith experienced and wrote about. By the way, those forefathers (Ezekiel, Isaiah, Jesus, Peter, John and Paul to name a few) weren’t ashamed, either.

I will not be ashamed. I’m thankful.