“Are not two sparrows sold for a penny? And not one of them will fall to the ground apart from your Father. But even the hairs of your head are all numbered. Fear not, therefore; you are of more value than many sparrows.”
The condition of a man’s life will be continually related to his inner being.
What we think–we do. What we do, we repeat.
Men do not attract that which they “want” but instead, what they are and exist to be.
A man of value becomes what he thinks and reveals it in his nature. This also leads him to being a compilation of his thoughts and patterns.
Men generally are anxious to prove themselves as providers. They will challenge themselves even in their darkest circumstances and times, sometimes past the impossible, in order to demonstrate leadership and perseverance.
Our thoughts instruct our actions.
As men of value, we must first train our thoughts to remain steadfast in the pursuit of what is good.
Without that instruction, our circumstance could result in character flaws and unwavering issues. A man of value chooses his actions with morality and instructs his thoughts to be favorable.
A man of value only begins that journey when he yields himself to God’s will, allowing His plan and guidance to be greater than what surrounds him.
He accepts responsibility and builds others up along with himself on this journey through motivational thoughts and actions.
Although all journeys can be difficult- a man of value knows that difficult feats and hurdles will only fuel the possibilities within himself.