You’ve gone through the devastation of divorce, disease, loss of friends, family, and finances. You’re looking at what’s left after using external solutions to fix internal chaos, and you think it’s all over. Instead of getting to the root of the problem, you just prune the outside branches. Leading to your detriment you engage in continuous patterns of overeating, indulging in alcohol, drugs, smoking, over-working, using your career as your identity, rescuing people, expecting too little, putting up walls, emotional distancing, and people-pleasing. Don’t be conformed to this world but transform yourself by the renewing of your mind! Take control of your thoughts. Get rid of negative self-talk and negative self-images that keep playing themselves over and over in your head. Align yourself with God’s Word and see the amazing transformation that can take place.
About Cheryl Donovan
An award-winning author, Bible teacher, and evangelist, Cheryl has a heart for women who are struggling with life’s twists and turns. “My message to them is even when we can’t diagnose the problem, changing their mindset can break the chains of bondage.” Cheryl is Founder and President of Worth More Than Rubies Ministries in Houston, Texas. Her books, CDs, and devotionals are meant not only to entertain, but also to minister and encourage. She exhorts and encourages her listeners and readers to deepen their intimacy with God and arise to their divine calling and destiny. Not afraid to deal with hard, relevant issues, Cheryl delivers in-your-face messages that have drawn women and men to follow her messages with enthusiasm.
Cheryl’s Suggestions for a Successful Life
1) Stop blaming others for your issues.
2) Be responsible for your actions.
3) Look for the positive in each situation (think good thoughts).
4) Stop waiting on others to affirm you.
Cheryl’s Scripture Verse for Today
“Whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.” Philippians 4:8
Click on the blue audio button below to listen to the interview.