Your Cheerful Attitude in Politics, Determines Your Political Future
As 2010 slips away, it’s good to see if you were good listener. Do you have a political agenda? Do you have a cheerful heart to love and respect the political leadership of our country? Or, do you consistently worried about your past? Do you realize that you are creating your future by the very attitude you possess?
Please kindly take a look at Proverbs 15:15. The Amplified Bible says it this way, “All the days of the despondency afflicted are made evil by anxious thoughts and foreboding, but he who has a cheerful heart has a continual feast, regardless of circumstances.” We have an “either – or” situation here. That is to say; if you have a cheerful heart and a continual feast, God will reward you – but if you have your days made evil by thinking evil against others, you will face the punishment of the hell fire. You do it right in God’s way or on the opposite side, God will make you suffer – this is all about attitude. Your attitude is supported by your beliefs and your beliefs are vital to your success or failure in life. Jesus said, “As you have believed, let it be done unto you” (Matthew 8:13).
Whatever emotion you experience at any given time in your political life, is supported by a particular belief. If you are experiencing joy with other party members, there is an underlying belief that supports that emotion. Again, if you are experiencing discouragement, there is an underlying belief supporting that too.
If you know very well that God is taking care of you and watching out for your best interest, then relax. Have a cheerful heart and know that He is in control, for the peace of God surpasses all understanding (Phil 4:7). If, for some reason, you are experiencing some negative emotion, you believe in something that is causing it “Attitude”.
So, the next time you’re exuding a poor demeanor; slumped shoulders, shallow breathing, a sagging facial expression, just stop and ask yourself, as to what the beliefs that is supporting this of my behavioral attitude? Once you recognize it, you can change that off-putting attitude in you and learn how to respect political leaders. It’s just a decision.
“He who has a glad heart has a continual feast, but all the days of the despondency afflicted are made evil.” As long as God is alive, there is no reason to lose hope. “He is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all we ask or think, according to the power that works in us” (Eph 3:20).
This power that works in us is our faith. Jesus said, “According to your faith let it be done unto you” (Matthew 9:29). You are creating your future by the very attitude you possess. Change your attitude and have a cheerful heart to better your political future.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
By: Essa Thaim Kurugba, Washington DC, USA
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