How to Multiply Your Time

by Dr. MaryAnn Diorio

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Have you ever wished there were more hours in the day? Are you feeling overwhelmed by all you have to do and not enough time to do it?

Do you wish you could stop the world and get off?

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I know how you feel. Several years ago, I was in your shoes. With two small children and a burgeoning writing career, I was feeling frazzled by everything I had to do. My days started early in the morning and sometimes ended at midnight or one o’clock AM.

Obviously, I couldn’t keep up this pace for long. One day, as I was reading the Word, I came across this Scripture verse in Proverbs 10:27 TLB: “Reverence for God adds hours to each day.” That verse jumped out at me. What was reverence for God? Whatever it was, I needed to find out fast and to start practicing it.

I learned that reverence for God means to give Him and His Word the highest respect. It means to put Him above all else and to make His Word the final authority in my life.

So I decided that, beginning the next morning, I would start my day with God and not fit Him in whenever I could, as I had been doing.

An amazing thing happened that day. By three o’clock in the afternoon, I had finished everything I needed to do for the day. From that moment forward, I began to start my day spending time with God. I would allow nothing to interfere with that practice.

Now, over forty years later, I still start my day with God. People often ask me how I accomplish so much. The reason is that I now have my priorities right. I reverence God by putting Him first, and, just as He promised, He adds hours to each of my days.

But more than hours, He has added joy, peace, and life to each of my days.

My journey started years ago with a selfish desire to multiply my time. I wanted more hours, not more of God. But along the way I discovered more of God. And now my hours mean nothing unless they are filled with Him.

YOUR TURN: How would your life change if you put God first? Please post your comment in the box below. Thank you!

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How to Program Your Life for Success

by Dr. MaryAnn Diorio

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Did you know you have a built-in programmer that sets the direction of your life toward success or failure?  It’s called your tongue.

God wired us to be free agents who can choose. At the same time, He gave us instructions to follow so that we would choose the path in life that leads to success, not failure; life, not death.

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Choosing the path to success involves choosing to speak words that lead to success. The tongue is a key tool in whether or not we are successful in life. Why? Because the tongue is the programmer of our lives. 

If you want to know whether or not you are on the road to success, listen to what you speak. Your words reveal what is in your heart, for the Word says that “out of the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaks” (Matthew 12: 34).

Your words control your destiny. The Bible tells us that “death and life are in the power of the tongue” (Proverbs 18: 21). The words you choose to speak will create your future. Just as God created the universe with words, so do we create our future with words.

For the next 24 hours, listen closely to what you are saying. Are you speaking words of life or words of death? Are you speaking words that build or words that destroy? Are you speaking words that heal or words that wound?

Choose now to speak only words of life. In so doing, you will be imitating your Father in Heaven, and you will be moving toward a lifetime of success.

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Are You Being Harassed for Being a Christian?

by Dr. MaryAnn Diorio

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The Body of Christ is undergoing major assault as many overtly attack Christianity. We followers of Jesus could be tempted to become afraid or to lose courage. But now, more than ever, we must stand fast. Why? Because our Lord has already given us the victory over the enemy.

Imagine entering a battle knowing that you are going to win! That is exactly how we must enter every assault the enemy attempts against us. Remember these truths:

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1) We are not fighting people; we are fighting demonic spirits that are instigating people. Read Ephesians 6:12:

For we are not fighting against flesh-and-blood enemies, but against evil rulers and authorities of the unseen world, against mighty powers in this dark world, and against evil spirits in the heavenly places.

2) No weapon formed against us shall prosper. Read Isaiah 54:17:

But in that coming day no weapon turned against you will succeed. You will silence every voice raised up to accuse you. These benefits are enjoyed by the servants of the LORD; their vindication will come from me. I, the LORD, have spoken!

3) The battle belongs to the Lord, and He will deliver us. Read I Samuel 17:47b:

. . . for the battle is the Lord’s, and he will give all of you [the enemy] into our hands. (Explanatory words in brackets, mine).

As we face increasing opposition for being Christians, we can and must continue to stand up for truth and to speak out in its defense. We can and must continue to fix our eyes on the things that are unseen and not on the things that are seen.

Most of all, we can and must continue to love and witness to those who attempt to suppress us and the Truth Who is Jesus Christ.

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You Can Conquer Worry

by MaryAnn Diorio, PhD, MFA

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Are you a worrier? Do you find yourself thinking that the worst is going to happen? Are you continually uptight about your finances, your health, your marriage, your children, your job? If so, I have good news for you that will set you free from worry.

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First of all, recognize that worry is a learned habit. No one is born into the world a worrier. So, since you once learned the worry habit, you can unlearn it.

Let’s explore together the root cause of worry. In this world, there are two basic forces at work: the life-force of God (called faith) and the death-force of Satan (called fear). Worry is really a form of fear, and, therefore, comes from Satan.

It is not God’s will that you worry. God makes this very clear in the Bible, the operating manual He provided for us when He created us. For instance, He says, “Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid” (John 14:27). Elsewhere He says, “Therefore do not worry about tomorrow…” (Matthew 6:34).

These two statements are not suggestions, but commands. Since God commands us not to worry, this means that we have the ability not to worry, for God never commands us to do something we are incapable of doing. Moreover, if we disobey God’s command not to worry, we become guilty of sin. Yes, worrying is a sin!

Perhaps, however, you feel that you just can’t stop worrying, no matter how hard you try. What can you do? Here are some tips that have helped me when I’ve been tempted to worry:

1) Decide and determine that you are going to obey God’s command not to worry, no matter what the cost. Since God created you with a free will, you can choose not to worry.

2) Do not give in to feelings of worry. Resist them. To give in to feelings of worry is to feed those feelings. To resist feelings of worry is to starve them.

3) Realize that worry is a malfunction of the imagination. At any given moment, our imaginations are being controlled either by faith or by fear. When we worry, we allow fear to have the upper hand. This is why God instructs us to keep our minds filled with thoughts that inspire faith: “Finally, brethren, whatever things are true, whatever things are noble, whatever things are just, whatever things are pure, whatever things are lovely, whatever things are of good report, if there is any virtue and if there is anything praiseworthy, meditate on these things” (Philippians 4:8).

4) Realize that worry is not a sign of responsible behavior. Many people believe that if they do not worry, they are not acting responsibly.   On the contrary, to worry is to act irresponsibly, for worrying clouds logical thinking and results in poor decisions.  

5) Understand that you will never completely conquer worry in your own strength. You need God’s help. Happily, that help is always available: “God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear” (Psalm 46:1-2).

A wise person once said, “Worrying does not empty tomorrow of its troubles; it empties today of its strength.” Don’t let worry empty your today of its strength. Instead, replace worry with trust in God. When you do, not only will all your todays be filled with peace, but so will all your tomorrows.

YOUR TURN:  Are you a worrier? If so, what have you done to overcome worry? Please post your comment in the box below. Thank you!

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Is Your Pastor Tickling Your Ears?

And are you falling for it?

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My three-year-old granddaughter loves to be tickled. When I am with her, she often says, “Nonna, tickle me!”  When I do, she laughs and laughs and laughs.  Why does my
granddaughter like to be tickled? Because tickling makes her feel good and satisfies what she wants.

Many Christians today remind me of my granddaughter.  They want to be tickled with words from the pulpit that make them feel good. Unfortunately, many pastors today oblige and preach a false gospel that is sending people straight to hell.

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How can you know if your pastor is tickling your ears? Here are a few signals:

1) Your pastor never preaches about self-denial or taking up your cross to follow Jesus.  Instead, he preaches a “feel-good” gospel that tells you how wonderful you are or how you can have whatever you want in life if you just follow three simple steps. There is no mention of suffering for Christ by dying to self and by renouncing sin. Jesus made it clear that we are to crucify the flesh. In other words, we are to deny the impulses of the flesh and live by the leading of the Holy Spirit. The Apostle Paul wrote that “those who belong to Christ Jesus have crucified the flesh with its passions and desires” (Galatians 5:24). Ask yourself:  Is my pastor teaching me to crucify the flesh?

2) Your pastor never mentions sin or repentance. Instead, he emphasizes the message of grace only and doesn’t talk about our need to be vigilant against the wiles of Satan nor about not only hearing the Word but obeying it.  Your pastor is also politically correct in that he refuses to address issues that the world deems offensive; namely, issues like homosexuality, transgenderism, divorce, adultery, domestic abuse, gluttony, greed, speaking out against evil, lack of prayer.  I could go on and on.  Hebrews 2: 1 says this: We must pay the most careful attention, therefore, to what we have heard, so that we do not drift away.”  Ask yourself: Does my pastor talk about sin and repentance and warn me against drifting away from the Word of God?

3) Your pastor’s message sounds more like a self-help lecture than a sermon. Going to church is like going to a pep rally or a coaching session before a football game. Your pastor never tells you that you will be persecuted if you follow Christ; that you will suffer and that your life will be turned upside down; that you may lose your reputation, your job or business, or even your life.  Instead, he tells you only the happy things that go with being a Christian, like God loves you and you are under grace. But the Word of God says  that ” . . . everyone who wants to live a godly life in Christ Jesus will suffer persecution” (2 Timothy 3: 12).  If your pastor is not proclaiming this truth, he may be simply tickling your ears.  Ask yourself: Does my pastor sound like more like a motivational speaker than a preacher?

4) Your pastor is more concerned with growth in width than growth in depth. In other words, he is more concerned about growth in attendance numbers than growth in the depth of his congregation’s relationship with Christ.  Today’s pastors are saddled with mortgages, operating expenses, and other material issues that often influence them in regard to the message they preach.  If they offend, then people won’t come to their church. But if they speak messages that make people feel good, numbers will grow and bills will be paid.  Sometimes pride is the reason for focusing on numbers. Woe to such pastors! They are more concerned about covering their backs or looking good than about caring for God’s people. The Word says this about David who counted the number of fighters in his army: After David counted the people, his conscience troubled him. David said to the Lord, ‘I have committed a terrible sin by what I have done'” (2 Samuel 24: 10). David yielded to pride. Ask yourself: Does my pastor focus on how many people are attending church each week?

5) Your pastor is an all-around nice guy whom everybody loves. While there is nothing wrong with being well-liked, we need to be well-liked for the right reasons. If your pastor is well-liked because he never offends anyone, then something is seriously wrong. When my children were small and would complain about my disciplining them, I would say to them, “I’m not in a popularity contest.” Your pastor should have the same attitude when it comes to preaching the Word. The only One we are to please is God. To try to please man is a trap that will end in spiritual death. Ask yourself: Is my pastor well-liked for the wrong reasons?

The Apostle Paul warned us that . . . the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but wanting to have their ears tickled, they will accumulate for themselves teachers in accordance to their own desires, and will turn away their ears from the truth and will turn aside to myths. – 2 Timothy 4: 3-4 NASB. Make sure that you are not attending a church whose pastor is telling you what you want to hear. And make sure that you are not a person who wants your pastor to tickle your ears. Instead, be a person who desires to be corrected when necessary, to be brought under conviction when necessary, and to repent when necessary.

Bottom line, are you leaving your church service having been brought under conviction of sin and challenged to repent and turn back to God? Are you leaving feeling challenged to examine your heart and to rid it of all evil? Are you leaving encouraged to walk that straight and narrow way that leads to life and that few find?

If not, you may need to find a church whose teaching does not tickle your ears but boxes them.

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