Catch His Fire Carry His Flame 2011 – Eli Moreno

“Catch The Shift” with Eli Moreno

  • Success is measured by presence.
  • Recognize the shift.
  • Act on it.

What is the greatest expense when you miss the shift in your life?

– It’s going to cost you time –

  • T. estimony
  • I. ntimacy
  • M. eaning
  • E. ternity
 – You’re going to lose testimony, intimacy, meaning, and eternity.
 – If you keep losing time you lose eternity.
 – Our eternity is at jeopardy at we don’t recognize the shift.
 – When you lose time you lose your testimony.
The world wants to know – does anybody have a testimony.
  • How do you know when you miss the shift when you shift the blame?
  • You are the soul creation of the living God.
  • I don’t need a man, a job, a car to having meaning.
  • Just give me Jesus. That’s all I need.
  • You can have the goal just give me heaven.
  • The explanation of your experience is more valuable than the experience itself.
  • When you live with eternity on your mind nothing is hard, everything is easy.
  • Everything makes sense when eternity is in the forefront of your vision.
  • When you don’t recognize the shift what are your eyes focused on?
1. Increase
  • If you catch the shift you get the increase.
2. Wisdom
  • If you catch the shift you get wisdom.
  • God has created shifts in your life that will bring about wisdom.
  • Don’t blame, catch the shift.
  • Catch the shift.
Catch the shift.
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Posted on September 22, 2011, in Webinars & other. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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