G.U.T.S. (17) Grow Under The Surface

G.U.T.S. (17) Grow Under The 
SurfaceIt is the root that 
determines the life of the tree. 
The unseen things we do, 
develop our character and 
make us better people. 
Developing Godly hygiene 
is done in private. Sharing 
it may be in public but 
building it is in secret. 
Growth on the outside must 
be preceded by growth on 
the inside. Prayer is spiritual 
surgery. A chance to work 
on the inside & fix issues 
that must be addressed 
before real health can take 
place. Meditation is a daily 
dialogue with God. Honestly, 
earnestly including Him in 
our affairs & becoming willing 
to do God’s will, instead of 
ours. This development must 
take place behind the scenes, 
for outward growth to occur. 
Prayer is not only something 
we do but something God 
does inside us. 
For this to happen,
it takes time & devotion. 
Real growth is not
just slapping 
a band-aid on injuries
and calling them fixed. It is healing 
them from the inside out. Spend 
time allowing God to work on 
you.                                                      Grow Under The Surface.                                         ________________________________________________________________________________________________________
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About timothygrantcarter

Inspirational Speaker, Sales Trainer, Quaker Minister. Entrepreneur, Outdoorsman and Shotokan NiDan. . Visionary; Maker of original sayings, slogans and giver of spiritual help. "If God has a pulse, then I can feel it."
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