President Obama catapulted change, accountability and transparency into the forefront of the American lexicon, and much of our discussion has been geared towards information that will better arm us for change. In order to be successful, we must also allow ourselves to be accountable and transparent in our words and actions, for when we look into the mirror of God's Word, we often deny the differences between His standard and our conduct. It is accountability alone (or lack thereof) that keeps many of us from the next level. It’s really hard to justify why we let ourselves go or can’t find at least 30 minutes in the day to give praise, quiet our mind, or do something a little healthier than we did the day before. Can we really blame our inability to recognize our failures on the devil or someone else? Why even attempt to try to deceive ourselves? We can no longer be comfortable at the foot of the hill when God has called us to the top of the mountain.
On Day 20 we will remove all the excuses that have kept you paralyzed in inactivity for far too long.
About the Author: James Hackley is an author, inspirational speaker, and a philanthropist who earned a B.S. degree in Physics from Longwood College and an M.S. degree in Engineering from the University of Virginia. He's the founder of Omega Consulting Enterprises, chaplain of a local chapter of Omega Psi Phi fraternity, and faithfully attends Holy & Whole Life Changing Ministries International in Lansdowne, Va. His latest book, Body, Mind & Spirit: The Awakening can be purchased by visiting him at www.jameshackley.com , www.Amazon.com, and http://www.barnesandnoble.com.