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Hello my name is Jerral Campfield and this web site is dedicated to Moral Recognition Therapy using Biblical principles. Please come back often to join me in understanding Gods hands are outstretched still to forgive.

Never forget who you are!  E-mail
Contributed by Jerral Campfield   
Friday, 19 July 2019

We just finished our Vacation Bible School with over 105 average. It was a joy to see Dales Church East Gate bring 15 youth to help with five of them being Dales Family and then why stayed an extra week to see the sites in Seattle and be with us here in Harrah. This is no excuse for not having more to present to all on our site but Here is a study that you can really benefit from and never forget who you are, were you are, and what your all about? We love you and pray the lords Blessing upon you. Jerral Campfield
1. Pride
Despite any help they received along the way, time and again, people take full credit for their accomplishments in the office, thinking that personal success will fast-track their career. 
The sin:“What often goes unrecognized is that people around, and especially below, the serially solo-successful resent the ego-centricity, and may actually begin to actively undermine that person’s efforts in the future.”
The salvation:“A dose of acknowledgment of and appreciation for one’s peers and subordinates, so they may share in some of the glory, can go a long way to foster one’s long-term success.” 
2. Envy
It’s OK to acknowledge other’s achievements, but lamenting “what should have been yours” can be destructive and adversely impact your own ability to focus on current job tasks, McKee says.
The sin:“Allowing yourself to be overly envious of others in the workplace can sabotage your self-esteem, which is one vital characteristic every successful business person shares.” 
The salvation:“Rather than being envious, let the accomplishments of others become motivational fuel for your fire in working toward your own successes.”
3. Anger
Anger doesn’t benefit anyone in the workplace – it only damages your reputation, credibility and professionalism. 
The sin:“Those prone to angry outbursts rarely get promoted; they are seen as being poor leaders who cannot inspire or motivate others.” 
The salvation:“It’s fine to feel passionately about your job or a project at hand and to disagree with others, but learn how to channel those emotions into actions that will work to your benefit in the eyes of others – especially your superiors - rather than against it.”
4. Greed
An employee’s selfish desire for “more, sooner” is what motivates many workers. While these folks may do well in the moment, they won’t be prepared to take things to the next level, McKee warns.
The sin:“Taking this notion to the extreme can and will be self-defeating as core values become misguided and life becomes unbalanced in the process.” 
The salvation:“The road to success requires a long-term approach in all aspects of one’s job duties. Those laser-focused on quick, short-term gains may do well in the moment, but will be ill-prepared to take things to the next level.”
5. Sloth
Indolence gets you nowhere in life – especially in corporate America. Laziness in the workplace will have you sitting idle, watching others surpass you in success and authority.
The sin:“Simply put, complacency and laziness have no place whatsoever in the workplace – especially for those with high aspirations. Expecting one’s past achievements and successes to carry them forward in their long-term career is imprudent.”
The salvation:“Treat every work day and every project as if your job, and your future at large, depends on it. It very well may.”
6. Gluttony
Too much focus on only one facet of life, like work, is a recipe for overall failure. Make sure you’re ready – professionally and personally – to take on new and bigger challenges, for which expectations are also bigger, McKee says.
The sin:“Many individuals move up the corporate ladder so fast that they actually end up failing as a consequence. More isn’t always better – especially if you’re not ready for the challenge at hand.”
The salvation:“Achieving career success also includes maintaining a life balance, and a misplaced professional desire can create a backlash both at home as well as amid peers for your perceived obsessiveness.”
7. Lust
The old adage, “the grass is always greener” applies to the workplace as well. Spending your time focused on others’ work achievements rather than working to further your own is a “sure-fire career killer,” according to McKee. 
The sin:“Spending an inordinate amount of time fixated on what you don’t have rather than what you do will foster a bad attitude and negative overall demeanor.”
The salvation:“One’s overall ‘presence’ in the office plays a big part in who gets promoted and who doesn’t. No matter how ambitious, it’s prudent to be ‘present’ and make the most out of your current position at this moment in time.”

Lord help us to understand the power of discipline that Lord has given to us all to use in order to achieve our potential! 

I feel blest in so many ways, for God wants us to continue to trust and obey Him regardless of what happens in our world that is out of order, as we have slipped into lawlessness. 

This lawlessness is going to lead us to the rapture.  I pray your going to be ready and in control of your anger at all times! Blessing to you and have a great day!



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