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Posted on February 19, 2015 at 7:00 PM

In order to please God we must live by some core principles and values which are found in the word of God.We must actually be 100% committed to literally working for God.We must also have compassion for our fellow brothers and sisters. It's also very important for us to share our knowledge with each other. Doing this will allow us all to advance, because when you share information, it forces you to learn more. As followers of Christ, there are things we must do! We must continually seek God on a daily basis for guidance. We must put forth more effort in everything that we do because  what we're currently putting forth is not enough! We must shift our perspective of what we consider to be fun, because when we see and internalize having fun as being obedient to God's word then everything in your life shifts into place. We must understand that we all need each other. We must remain humble. We must make a positive impact in the lives of those around us. We must be willing to serve everyday in order to please God. We must smile and laugh often to please God, because God desires for us to be joyful. We must not be ashamed of the Gospel. We must  spread the good news of God's love as we actively seek to win souls. We must be disciplined in our actions. We must encourage others at all times. If we are to truly please God, then we have to actually focus on pleasing God.That has to be a top priority,when we're making decisions on a daily basis. In order to please God we can not be lazy, it is not even an option! We represent God in everything that we do, so execute every task as if you are doing it for God himself. We also must respect each others differences. In order to please God we should always plant seeds of faith into the lives of everyone we come into contact with. We owe God, so you should always TURN UP YOUR PRAISE. God is worthy of our praise and worship. I pray we have hearts to please God. I pray that our spirits desire to please God. I pray that we're not satisfied until we're pleasing God everyday and in every way. Hallelujah!


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They’re written in countless books and passed down as folk wisdom.
Do you believe that a penny saved is a penny earned.
Don’t count on things that haven’t happened yet because something unexpected could occur.
It’s become one of the most viral memes on the internet.
This also reminds me of a precept by Sir Edwin Sandys, a politician who helped establish Jamestown, Virginia.
Finally, Actions speak louder than words is another classic example.
This quote came from Wales, first appearing in an 1866 publication.
For example.
Aphorisms are so common that we hardly think twice about them.
Brevity is the key.
So what do you do.
Thomas Jefferson also mirrored this general idea when he said, I find that the harder I work, the more luck I seem to have.
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It originated from Lady Mary Montgomerie Currie’s poem Tout vient a qui sait attendre.
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Take this proverb, for example.
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Other Common Examples of Aphorisms
This quote came from Wales, first appearing in an 1866 publication.
But there’s no certain magic to sprinkling aphorisms into your writing.
An aphorism is a literary device that uses a short, clever saying to express a general truth.
Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise.
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George Washington is known for his wise sayings.
Washington’s message was that it’s wiser to be upfront and deal with the consequences.
Shifting gears a little, let’s talk about one of the world’s greatest aphorists – Benjamin Franklin.
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Don’t judge a book by its cover.
Your wish is my command.
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Skilled writers use aphorisms to evoke big ideas in a relatable way.
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