POSITIVE ANGER CAN KEEP YOU OUT OF YOUR CONFORT ZONE. Welcome to Divine-Royalty fearless motivation.

POSITIVE ANGER CAN KEEP YOU OUT OF YOUR CONFORT ZONE. Welcome to Divine-Royalty fearless motivation.We tend to think of anger as a wild, negative emotion, but anger also has its positive side. Anger is a motivating force. You sometimes hear people talking about using anger as a motivating force by ‘turning anger into positive energy’. In fact anger itself is a kind of positive energy and a powerful motivating force. Anger can make us push on towards our goals in the face of problems and barriers. When we see something as beneficial, we want it more when we’re angry. So, when used right, constructive anger can make you feel strong and powerful and help push you on to get what you want.

 

It may sound like an odd thing to say, but angry people have something in common with happy people. That’s because both tend to be more optimistic. The expression of anger,  if justifiable and aimed at finding a solution rather than just venting, can actually benefit and strengthen. Anger can also provide insight into ourselves, if we allow it. Anger is likely to work best when it’s justified, if you appear powerful and when the other side’s options are limited. So, Until you get angry in ugly  thing you are experiencing you will remain there.

 

It is important to know that where you stop is where God is going to stop, not that God is weak but He can’t move without human. STUPIDITY, IGNORANCE, and  WISDOM is a choice. If you’re living in a comfort zone. it’s because you don’t know something or you’re not willing to do something with what you know, Romans 1:13 says: Now I would not have you ignorant, brethren, that oftentimes I purposed to come unto you, (but was let hitherto,) that I might have some fruit among you also, even as among other Gentiles. According to Strong’s Concordance the word ignorance means, not knowing. Simply said, ignorance is not knowing the facts. Now, Stupid is knowing the facts but choosing not to do anything with or about that information and insight.

Benjamin Franklin said, We are all born ignorant, but one must work hard not to remain stupid. There is a cure for ignorance. get knowledge. If you lack knowledge, it’s your fault because knowledge is available. Psalm 119:66 says: I believe in your commands, now teach me good judgment and knowledge.

It’s been said that if you don’t like where you are in life. chances are. there’s something you don’t know yet. How do you get knowledge and wisdom?  You see them. Proverbs 4:7 says: Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore get wisdom: and with all thy getting get understanding. Increased wisdom will propel you out of your comfort zone. Let me ask you seven questions. and just write now Yes or No(1) Do you read your Bible on a daily basis? (2) Do you take notes on what you’ve read? (3) Does the Holy Spirit bring things to your remembrance as you read and/or take notes?

(4) Are you reading any other book than the Bible at this very moment? (5) Is the book motivational, inspirational and/or practical? (6) Are you taking notes as you read books (7) Is the Holy Spirit stirring things in you as you read the books? If you answered “no” to more than one of those questions you must enjoy living in your comfort zone. Wisdom is mightier than the strength .

From  Motivational Speaker Divine-Royalty.

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