Murals (2008) by PHANTAST - Graffiti - Cultural Music & Art Association inc. - 98 Milne St. Benleigh


" With human beings, some problems have no solutions. But with God all things are possible" (Matthew 19:26). Does your problem seem bigger than life, bigger than God himself? It isn't. God is infinitely bigger than any problem you ever had or will have, and every time you call a problem unsolvable, you mock God. 

Visionary people face the same problems everyone else faces; but rather than get paralyzed by their problems, they immediately commit themselves to finding a solution. Almost as a reflex reaction to the problem, they say, "The situation is bad, all right, but no problem is bigger than God. And right now, before I get bogged down, I need to start down the path of solving it". More often than not, visionaries find a way, with God's help, to deal  with their problems and overcome them rather than surrender their life to them.

Vision is a vitally important quality to cultivate, because life is really just a series of problems, challenges, trials and disappointments. If you allow yourself to be overwhelmed by difficulties, your future is not bright. You will get stuck first on one problem and then on another... If, on the other hand, you cultivate vision - if, whenever you are faced with a problem, you immediately explore ways to deal with it - you will not only avert all sorts of discouragement, but you will also discover just how much creativity and wisdom God wants to give his children who look to Him for help.

St. George was a visionary, a man with hope and faith.

We wish "La multi ani", health, hope, vision  and prosperity to all people named George.

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