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Keep your tank full
March 26, 2009

Keep Your Tank Full
Salt & Light Volume II, Issue 9 by D. Scott Prindle

"Elijah was a man just like us..." (James 5:17)


Think you'll never run out of gas... always having energy to work hard at building your business?

Like Elijah, times of intense activity reveal the limits of our humanity.

The fuel gauge warns us when the tank is getting low. The warning signs of burnout begin when we:

  • Depreciate Ourselves
  • Underrate Our Results
  • Exaggerate Our Problems
  • Give Up On Our Dreams
"I have had enough, LORD," he said. "Take my life; I am no better than my ancestors." (1 Kings 19:4 NIV)

When your tank is getting low, follow these steps to restore hope in order to keep your tank full:

  • Get Some Rest & Recreation (like the business owners above)
  • Release Your Emotions to God
  • Refocus On God
  • Re-enlist, Remember Your Dream

Love Never Fails,
Scott & Laurie Prindle

P.S. It's still winter here in the Tetons. Scott skied two feet of fresh powder today!
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