“February was a busy month, but not necessarily one of plenty.

Bills and time demands have piled up.

On one hand, there have been several occasions for celebration, from the courageous leaders of black and women’s history to the warmth of Valentine’s Day to the revivals sweeping across the nation’s colleges.

But if your schedule has been anything like mine, it can be hard to lift your head up to heavenly virtues when your nose stays fastened to the grindstone.

And all too often, that’s exactly where the enemy will set his trap. When circumstances swirl around us that seem to bring nothing but “no’s” and “not enough’s,” he will stealthily nudge us into a limitation-shaped outlook I’ll call “deprivation mentality…”

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“My daughter Katie just received her fifth college acceptance from the University of the South, the most prestigious school she’s been admitted to so far.

Every parent probably has a story of a door opening for their child that made them proud, but Katie’s story is a little different than most.

At the age of four, after an otherwise healthy childhood, Katie had her first epileptic seizure. Then another one. Then they began hitting her in clusters that her little body just couldn’t keepĀ up with.

And they wouldn’t stop…”

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