The Power of Vision: Converting the Energy of Imagination | Dr. Cindy Trimm

Dr. Cindy Trimm says your tomorrow doesn’t have to look like your yesterday. This message is part of a companion series to the best-selling book Hello, Tomorrow! It is the long-awaited sequel to Commanding Your Morning. The series covers the transformational power of vision.


See also: How to Overcome Fear in Your Life – Dr. Cindy Trimm


Hurricane Michael: Florida Officials Fear Death Toll Will Rise

Hurricane Michael - Florida Officials Fear Death Toll Will Rise

So far, one body has been found in Mexico Beach, but authorities say there is little doubt the death toll will rise. Search and rescue personnel are continuing to comb through the ruins of a small Florida Panhandle community destroyed by Hurricane Michael, which has left hundreds thousands without power and without easy access to supplies.

Door-to-door Search and Rescue Continues

Crews with dogs went door-to-door Saturday in Mexico Beach, pushing aside debris to get inside badly damaged structures in a second wave of searches following what they described as an initial, “hasty” search of the area. About 1,700 search and rescue personnel have checked 25,000 homes, Florida Gov. Rick Scott said

Michael made landfall Wednesday as a Category 4 hurricane with 155 mph winds (249 kph) and heavy storm surge. The tally of lives lost across the South stood at 15, including the victim found in the rubble of Mexico Beach, where about 1,000 people live.

See full story: CBN News – Hurricane Michael


Hurricane Michael Aftermath: Crews Continue Search For Survivors, Bodies

Residents along parts of the Gulf Coast are still shaken days after Hurricane Michael roared ashore. Officials say at least 19 are dead and 250 still missing. Some communities are still without power, water and basic necessities. NBC’s Tammy Leitner reports for Sunday TODAY from Lynn Haven, Florida.


See also: Hurricane Michael – Aerial Video of Destruction


Pastor John Piper Shares the Secret to Fighting Anxiety

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Theologian John Piper says the secret to fighting anxiety is knowing that God works out everything for your good.

Cee Harmon’s insight:

“As soon as we discover we have a problem, God has already been working on it, and the solution is on the way,” Piper explained.

“It will not always be with this much ease and freedom from difficulty, but God is always at work with a solution, and it’s already on the way.

See also: Cindy Trimm Ministries International

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Inspirational Story: Heartbroken Woman Turns to God for New Beginning | The 700 Club

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The loss of her high-paying career, her marriage and her father pushed Martha to a point of desperation where she cried out to God for help in both her spiritual and physical life.

Source: CBN | The 700 Club

Cee Harmon’s insight:

Growing up, she was taller than most of the boys in school, which meant she got teased a lot. She let being called “Big Bertha” in school devastate her self-esteem for decades.

She thought in the back of her mind that she was unlovable. By the time she was in her early thirties, the bottom fell out of her life and marriage.

See also: Living with Purpose by Dr. Myles Munroe

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Christian Fox: God’s Grace Won’t Abandon You | True Woman Blog

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God’s grace is at work in us, changing us into the image of Christ—and we can rest assured that God will continue this work until it is complete in glory.

Cee Harmon’s insight:

Grace is God’s unmerited favor toward us as sinners. It is love and kindness that we don’t deserve. It began in eternity past when He chose us in Christ to be adopted into the family of God (Eph. 1:4–5).

By His grace, He awakens us from spiritual death and gives us new life. God’s grace is bigger, greater, deeper, and more amazing than many people realize. 

See also: Bible Study Channel | Elevate Christian Network

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Staying Grounded: Major-league baseball pitcher, who also works as a plumber, says faith helps keep him focused

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Detroit Tigers pitcher Michael Fulmer works as a plumber in the offseason and serves as a mentor to adults with developmental disabilities, keeping in touch with his faith and keeping himself focused.

Cee Harmon’s insight:

“It’s a way for me to stay levelheaded,” said the 25-year-old right-hander of his part-time gig with Cyrus Wright Plumbing in his home state of Oklahoma. It’s not hard to stay humble when you’re unclogging a toilet.

Fulmer said he is just one of a number of Tigers players committed to Jesus. On a recent Sunday in Kansas City, Mo., 13 Detroit players showed up for the informal prayer service known as Baseball Chapel, he said.

See also: Transformation in Christ | Transformation Church Tulsa 

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What Bishop Michael Curry Preached at the Royal Wedding Between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

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Royal Wedding: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle broke with tradition to ask US Episcopal Bishop Michael Curry to speak at their wedding. And Curry did not disappoint the couple or the viewing audience. He offered some powerful words on love.

Cee Harmon’s insight:

Bishop Curry: “Love is the only way. There’s power in love. Don’t underestimate it. Don’t even over sentimentalize it. There’s power, power in love. If you don’t believe me, think about a time when you first fell in love.”

“The whole world seemed to center around you and your beloved. Well, there’s power, power in love, not just in its romantic forms, but any form, any shape of love.”

See also: Marriages Were Designed to Be A Divine Union

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