A question often posed during an interview is, “What are your core beliefs”? How we answer tends to describe the way we approach our life, work, and relationships. Core beliefs originate from our daily habits and attitudes. It’s a reflection of the soul that showcases who we are and defines our expectations of others, and ourselves.

Tapping into our core beliefs br…ings clarity; it allows others to see and experience who we are as a human being. Quite honestly, it defines us. It gives birth to buried attributes we didn’t’ even know existed within us.

It’s important to accept ourselves fully for who we are in this moment. Many of our beliefs have been inherited and require us to sort, discard and replace beliefs that do not necessarily support what we really want out of life.

Our beliefs create our reality whether it’s consciously, subconsciously, or unconsciously which is why taking a personal inventory of our core beliefs is important.  Are they constructive or destructive? Do they feed on fear or love? Do they guide you in the direction of becoming a powerful, creative and capable individual, or leave you feeling like a victim of circumstance?

As Christians, God wants to transform us into His image; He wants us to have God-like character. That is done through hearing and assimilating God’s Word into our conduct. As we graft and align our inner spirit and core beliefs to God’s Word, a transformation takes place. We find harmony and the will of God begins to work within our life in ways we never thought possible.

“And be not conformed to this world: but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is good, acceptable, and the perfect, will of God”. Romans 12:2

“Therefore if anyone be in Christ, they are a new creation: old things are passed away; behold all things are become new”. 2 Corinthians 5:17See More

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