How you can Seize Control of the Existence

 

How to TAKE CONTROL of Your Life (My #1 Tip)

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David Icke on How to Take Control of Your Life

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HOW TO TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR LIFE | RELATIONSHIPS, SCHOOL, CAREER & MORE

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Tony Robbins 5 Steps to Take Control of Your Life Now Part 1

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How To Conquer Your Mind & Take Control of Your LIFE (powerful mindset for success) David Goggins

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Take Control Of Your Life (MUST WATCH)

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HOW TO CHANGE YOUR LIFE (Locus of Control)

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One you figure out how to be aware and to understand your reactions to stress, you can then recognize your triggers you’ve developed when you were younger. In short, it’s not the big things you should be focused on, but just build your dream brick by brick and take your time to enjoy the process. A Master Plan for Taking Back Control of Your Life 1. Make more of your behaviors automatic. Because our willpower is so limited, our best defense is to rely on it less. 2. Take yourself out of harm’s way.

You can’t easily lash yourself to a mast, but you can selectively avoid temptations. 3. 1. Be disciplined about your ‘me’ time. Five days a week, from Tuesday to Saturday, Rebecca Hill dedicates all of her time and attention to her customers. Whether it’s sculpting someone’s arms.

6 Ways to Take Control If you don’t take charge of your own life, someone else is bound to try. Posted Jun 30, 2014. While a great deal of life is out of our control, we must recognize what is in our power.

We call the shots on what we are willing to put up with. Stop making excuses and decide to take control of what you can. Start playing offense, instead of defense. Take Control of Your Life Motivational Video (very inspiring) Duration: 3:57. Chispa Motivation 121,378 views.

3:57. The Science Of Getting Rich (FULL AUDIOBOOK) Duration: 2:05:11. Identify where you are stuck in your life. Take steps toward getting unstuck, even if it means pushing well beyond your comfort zone.

Action is the only remedy for fear. 2. This video is motivational on how to take control of our life. In the process of taking control of your own life, you may need to change the nature of your relationship with some of the people in your life.

For instance, instead of your doctor telling you what to do, you and your doctor would talk about your options and you would choose the ones that felt best to you. And you can make it all happen just by making the decision to take control of your life. Do it today. Decide that right this second things are going to change.

You don’t have any more time to waste and you can take control of your life just by changing your thoughts. So, let’s take a look at how to do this: What’s Holding You Back?

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actually take control of your own life.

“The Cinema of Wim Wenders: The Celluloid Highway” by Alexander Graf
from The Cinema of Wim Wenders: The Celluloid Highway
by Alexander Graf
Wallflower Press, 2002

Be determined to regain control by taking positive steps to freedom of mind.

“Basic Magick: A Practical Guide” by Phillip Cooper
from Basic Magick: A Practical Guide
by Phillip Cooper
Red Wheel/Weiser, 1996

By tapping the power of choice and making a conscious decision about how you will respond to your circumstances moment-by-moment, day-by-day, throughout the course of your life you can live the life of courage to which you aspire.

“Find Your Courage!: Unleash Your Full Potential & Live the Life You Really Want” by Margie Warrell
from Find Your Courage!: Unleash Your Full Potential & Live the Life You Really Want
by Margie Warrell
Synergy Books, 2007

William James offered similar advice: “Seize the very first possible opportunity to act on every resolution you make, and on every emotional prompting you may experience in the direction of habits you aspire to gain.”7 In other words, the first step to changing our nonconscious inclinations is to change our behavior.

“Strangers to Ourselves: Discovering the Adaptive Unconscious” by Timothy D. Wilson
from Strangers to Ourselves: Discovering the Adaptive Unconscious
by Timothy D. Wilson
Harvard University Press, 2002

Focus on the Ten Percent You can only control about ten percent of your circumstances (the events in your life).

“7 Mindsets of Success: What You Really Need to Do to Achieve Rapid, Top-Level Success” by Sten Morgan
from 7 Mindsets of Success: What You Really Need to Do to Achieve Rapid, Top-Level Success
by Sten Morgan
Morgan James Publishing, 2017

And to gain control of your life, you must first take control of your time.

“Simple Steps to Impossible Dreams: The 15 Power Secrets of the World's Most Successful People” by Steven K. Scott
from Simple Steps to Impossible Dreams: The 15 Power Secrets of the World’s Most Successful People
by Steven K. Scott
Touchstone, 1999

Set peace of mind as your highest goal and organize every part of your life around it.

“Maximum Achievement: Strategies and Skills that Will Unlock Your Hidden” by Brian Tracy
from Maximum Achievement: Strategies and Skills that Will Unlock Your Hidden
by Brian Tracy
Simon & Schuster, 2011

In manifesting, you follow the steps we’ve outlined in this book: Choose an intention, make goals and plans, take action, deal with the obstacles, and get to your goal.

“Creating on Purpose: The Spiritual Technology of Manifesting Through the Chakras” by Anodea Judith, Lion Goodman
from Creating on Purpose: The Spiritual Technology of Manifesting Through the Chakras
by Anodea Judith, Lion Goodman
Sounds True, 2012

Take complete control over every part of your life and create your own future.

“Create Your Own Future: How to Master the 12 Critical Factors of Unlimited Success” by Brian Tracy
from Create Your Own Future: How to Master the 12 Critical Factors of Unlimited Success
by Brian Tracy
Wiley, 2002

Twelve-step programs emphasize the serenity prayer: “God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.”

“Daring to Trust: Opening Ourselves to Real Love and Intimacy” by David Richo
from Daring to Trust: Opening Ourselves to Real Love and Intimacy
by David Richo
Shambhala, 2010

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  • So true. This starts in nursery/school, your brainwashed, told what to do, what to wear, how to act, all like robots! School takes away your whole childhood!! makes you continuously think about what others think of you. Then when schools finished controlling you… You have to get a job to survive and they work you until you DIE!!! still being told what to do and when!

  • Before we can learn to trust that God is in control of all of life’s circumstances, we have to answer four questions: Is God really in control? How much control does He have? If He is not in complete control, then who/what is? How can I learn to trust that He is in control and rest in that?

    Is God really in control? The concept of the control of God over everything is called the “sovereignty” of God. Nothing gives us strength and confidence like an understanding of the sovereignty of God in our lives. God’s sovereignty is defined as His complete and total independent control over every creature, event, and circumstance at every moment in history. Subject to none, influenced by none, absolutely independent, God does what He pleases, only as He pleases, always as He pleases. God is in complete control of every molecule in the universe at every moment, and everything that happens is either caused or allowed by Him for His own perfect purposes.

    “The LORD of hosts has sworn, saying, ‘Surely, as I have thought, so it shall come to pass, And as I have purposed, so it shall stand’” (Isaiah 14:24). Nothing is random or comes by chance, especially not in the lives of believers. He “purposed” it. That means to deliberately resolve to do something. God has resolved to do what He will do, and nothing and no one stands in His way. “I make known the end from the beginning, from ancient times, what is still to come. I say: My purpose will stand, and I will do all that I please” (Isaiah 46:10). This is our powerful, purposeful God who is in control of everything. That should bring us great comfort and help to alleviate our fears.

    But exactly how much control does God have? God’s total sovereignty over all creation directly contradicts the philosophy of open theism, which states that God doesn’t know what’s going to happen in the future any more than we do, so He has to constantly be changing His plans and reacting to what the sinful creatures do as they exercise their free will. God isn’t finding out what’s going to happen as events unfold. He is continuously, actively running things—ALL things—here and now. But to think He needs our cooperation, our help, or the exercise of our free will to bring His plans to pass puts us in control over Him, which makes us God. Where have we heard that lie before? It’s a rehash of Satan’s same old lie from the Garden—you shall be like God (Genesis 3:5). Our wills are only free to the extent that God allows us that freedom and no farther. “All the peoples of the earth are regarded as nothing. He does as he pleases with the powers of heaven and the peoples of the earth. No one can hold back his hand or say to him: ‘What have you done?’” (Daniel 4:35). No one’s free will trumps the sovereignty of God.

    Some people find it appealing to think that Satan has control over a certain amount of life, that God is constantly revising His plans to accommodate Satan’s tricks. The book of Job is a clear illustration of just who has the sovereign power and who doesn’t. Satan came to God and, in effect, said, “Job only serves you because you protect him.” So God gave Satan permission to do certain things to Job but no more (Job 1:6–22). Could Satan do more than that? No. God is in control over Satan and his demons who try to thwart God’s plans at every step.

    Satan knew from the Old Testament that God’s plan was for Jesus to come to the earth, be betrayed, crucified and resurrected, and provide salvation for millions, and if there was any way to keep that from happening, Satan would have done it. If just one of the hundreds of prophecies about the Messiah could have been caused by Satan to fail to come to pass, the whole thing would have collapsed. But the numbers of independent, “free will” decisions made by thousands of people were designed by God to bring His plan to pass in exactly the way He had planned it from the beginning, and Satan couldn’t do a thing about it.

    Jesus was “delivered by the determined purpose and foreknowledge of God” (Acts 2:23). No action by the Romans, the Pharisees, Judas, or anyone else kept God’s plan from unfolding exactly the way He purposed it from before the foundation of the world. Ephesians 1 says we were chosen in Him before the world was even created. We were in the mind of God to be saved by faith in Christ. That means God knit together Satan’s rebellion, Adam and Eve’s sin, the fall of the human race, and the death and crucifixion of Christ—all seemingly terrible events—to save us before He created us. Here is a perfect example of God working all things together for good (Romans 8:28).

    Unlimited in power, unrivalled in majesty, and not thwarted by anything outside Himself, our God is in complete control of all circumstances, causing or allowing them for His own good purposes and plans to be fulfilled exactly as He has foreordained.

    Finally, the only way to trust in God’s sovereign control and rest in it is to know God. Know His attributes, know what He has done in the past, and this builds confidence in Him. Daniel 11:32b says, “The people who know their God shall be strong, and carry out great exploits.” Imagine that kind of power in the hands of an evil, unjust god. Or a god that really doesn’t care about us. But we can rejoice in our God’s sovereignty, because it is overshadowed by His goodness, His love, His mercy, His compassion, His faithfulness, and His holiness.

    But we can’t trust someone we don’t know, and there is only one way to know God—through His Word. There is no magic formula to make us spiritual giants overnight, no mystical prayer to pray three times a day to mature us, build our faith, and make us towers of strength and confidence. There is only the Bible, the single source of power that will change our lives from the inside out. But it takes effort, diligent, everyday effort, to know the God who controls everything. If we drink deeply of His Word and let it fill our minds and hearts, the sovereignty of God will become clear to us, and we will rejoice in it because we will know intimately and trust completely the God who controls all things for His perfect purpose.
    Gian Giorgio Trissino
    Both I and J were used interchangeably by scribes to express the sound of both the vowel and the consonant. It wasn’t until 1524 when Gian Giorgio Trissino, an Italian Renaissance grammarian known as the father of the letter J, made a clear distinction between the two sounds.

  • A senior police officer in the met resigned this week he’s part of my family there was a huge fall out over what he was asked to do the last few months the public are starting
    To say no and police officers nurses doctors are coming
    Out with the truth HOAX worldwide

  • Well nice story, but life isn’t black or white. This is not how the world works. Nonetheless, the author has given some usufull information about point of view and POSIBILITY, but not 100 % certainty that it works, cause like I’ve just said life isn’t black or white. And unfortunately the author don’t give us the answer from the title.

  • Awesome video People have to take control of their decisions & life in general! It’s something I discuss in the latest video on my channel as well, & providing a blueprint for my child on how to be tough & not be a puppet to peer pressure. Thank you for the content.

  • Patricia, I love that you’re sharing this info. That book has been in my collection for 5-6 years, it’s such a great gift and it can really get the momentum going in anyone’s life. 

  • You are one amazing women! Love your channel longggg time girl. I can relate so much to this video you uploaded it at a perfect time in my life. Big love xoxoxo

  • Can u have both internal and external locus of control. If so what would that look like. I probably know but looking for conformation

  • I don’t know you but I will find you and I will thank you for your awesome content! You have actually made me re evaluate somethings I do.

  • Hey man, we have very similar content and very similar goals of helping others. Keep up the fantastic work, we genuinely need more people like you! We should do a collaboration sometime! -Wyatt

  • Dedication to Divid Icke(Morpheus) from Algeria(Senouci Abdellah as Neo hhh lol.They banned my Fb account and my previous youtube channel) the country of the Warriors.Stay tuned and killuminati and their patent number WO/2020/060606!!? given to the puppet bill gates.Nb:In short without exaggeration:We are watching movies and we ourselves are living in a so real and fascinating biggest movie!!:

    -The best Hollow Earth Theory Documentary ever!Quran 6:35,27:82,34:2,57:4Revelation 5:3, 5:13,11:7!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMqOqG8xX90

    From David Innes to David Icke (Is it Synchronicity!!!!?)

    David Innes is introduced in the first Pellucidar novel, At the Earth’s Core(1914!!), as a mining heir who finances the experimental “iron mole,” an excavating vehicle designed by his elderly inventor friend Abner Perry. In a test run, they discover the vehicle cannot be turned, and it burrows 500 miles into the Earth’s crust, emerging into the unknown interior world of Pellucidar. In Burroughs’ concept, the Earth is a hollow shell with Pellucidar as the internal surface of that shell. It is inhabited by prehistoric creatures of all geological eras, and dominated by the Mahars, a species of flying reptile both intelligent and civilized, but which enslaves and preys on the local stone-age humans. Innes and Perry are enslaved by the Mahars’ ape-like Sagoth servants and eventually lead a revolt of humankind. To further the struggle Innes travels in the iron mole back to the surface world at the end of the first novel to procure outer world technology.

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    -At the Earth’s Core(1914)byEdgar Rice Burroughs(Is it Synchronicity!!?).Would you please read the chapter5:Slaves!!:

    -V1: https://www.globalgreyebooks.com/at-the-earths-core-ebook.html

    -V2: https://onemorelibrary.com/index.php/en/?option=com_djclassifieds&format=raw&view=download&task=download&fid=10026

    Black Banners Synchronicity The Language of God!!!???(The intervention Factor!).May lead us to Montauk

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  • Wow! Great work! I stumbled upon your video after finishing my script for Mindset by Carol Dweck. I just searched for ‘mindset’ and I’m so glad I found your video. I first felt a bit jealous that you already have so much success with your channel but then I took full responsibility and you just gave me a reason to work much harder on my own animations. You remind me of FightMediocrity so I’m sure you’re gonna go far!:) Thank you for this video and good luck!

  • Before we can learn to trust that God is in control of all of life’s circumstances, we have to answer four questions: Is God really in control? How much control does He have? If He is not in complete control, then who/what is? How can I learn to trust that He is in control and rest in that?

    Is God really in control? The concept of the control of God over everything is called the “sovereignty” of God. Nothing gives us strength and confidence like an understanding of the sovereignty of God in our lives. God’s sovereignty is defined as His complete and total independent control over every creature, event, and circumstance at every moment in history. Subject to none, influenced by none, absolutely independent, God does what He pleases, only as He pleases, always as He pleases. God is in complete control of every molecule in the universe at every moment, and everything that happens is either caused or allowed by Him for His own perfect purposes.

    “The LORD of hosts has sworn, saying, ‘Surely, as I have thought, so it shall come to pass, And as I have purposed, so it shall stand’” (Isaiah 14:24). Nothing is random or comes by chance, especially not in the lives of believers. He “purposed” it. That means to deliberately resolve to do something. God has resolved to do what He will do, and nothing and no one stands in His way. “I make known the end from the beginning, from ancient times, what is still to come. I say: My purpose will stand, and I will do all that I please” (Isaiah 46:10). This is our powerful, purposeful God who is in control of everything. That should bring us great comfort and help to alleviate our fears.

    But exactly how much control does God have? God’s total sovereignty over all creation directly contradicts the philosophy of open theism, which states that God doesn’t know what’s going to happen in the future any more than we do, so He has to constantly be changing His plans and reacting to what the sinful creatures do as they exercise their free will. God isn’t finding out what’s going to happen as events unfold. He is continuously, actively running things—ALL things—here and now. But to think He needs our cooperation, our help, or the exercise of our free will to bring His plans to pass puts us in control over Him, which makes us God. Where have we heard that lie before? It’s a rehash of Satan’s same old lie from the Garden—you shall be like God (Genesis 3:5). Our wills are only free to the extent that God allows us that freedom and no farther. “All the peoples of the earth are regarded as nothing. He does as he pleases with the powers of heaven and the peoples of the earth. No one can hold back his hand or say to him: ‘What have you done?’” (Daniel 4:35). No one’s free will trumps the sovereignty of God.

    Some people find it appealing to think that Satan has control over a certain amount of life, that God is constantly revising His plans to accommodate Satan’s tricks. The book of Job is a clear illustration of just who has the sovereign power and who doesn’t. Satan came to God and, in effect, said, “Job only serves you because you protect him.” So God gave Satan permission to do certain things to Job but no more (Job 1:6–22). Could Satan do more than that? No. God is in control over Satan and his demons who try to thwart God’s plans at every step.

    Satan knew from the Old Testament that God’s plan was for Jesus to come to the earth, be betrayed, crucified and resurrected, and provide salvation for millions, and if there was any way to keep that from happening, Satan would have done it. If just one of the hundreds of prophecies about the Messiah could have been caused by Satan to fail to come to pass, the whole thing would have collapsed. But the numbers of independent, “free will” decisions made by thousands of people were designed by God to bring His plan to pass in exactly the way He had planned it from the beginning, and Satan couldn’t do a thing about it.

    Jesus was “delivered by the determined purpose and foreknowledge of God” (Acts 2:23). No action by the Romans, the Pharisees, Judas, or anyone else kept God’s plan from unfolding exactly the way He purposed it from before the foundation of the world. Ephesians 1 says we were chosen in Him before the world was even created. We were in the mind of God to be saved by faith in Christ. That means God knit together Satan’s rebellion, Adam and Eve’s sin, the fall of the human race, and the death and crucifixion of Christ—all seemingly terrible events—to save us before He created us. Here is a perfect example of God working all things together for good (Romans 8:28).

    Unlimited in power, unrivalled in majesty, and not thwarted by anything outside Himself, our God is in complete control of all circumstances, causing or allowing them for His own good purposes and plans to be fulfilled exactly as He has foreordained.

    Finally, the only way to trust in God’s sovereign control and rest in it is to know God. Know His attributes, know what He has done in the past, and this builds confidence in Him. Daniel 11:32b says, “The people who know their God shall be strong, and carry out great exploits.” Imagine that kind of power in the hands of an evil, unjust god. Or a god that really doesn’t care about us. But we can rejoice in our God’s sovereignty, because it is overshadowed by His goodness, His love, His mercy, His compassion, His faithfulness, and His holiness.

    But we can’t trust someone we don’t know, and there is only one way to know God—through His Word. There is no magic formula to make us spiritual giants overnight, no mystical prayer to pray three times a day to mature us, build our faith, and make us towers of strength and confidence. There is only the Bible, the single source of power that will change our lives from the inside out. But it takes effort, diligent, everyday effort, to know the God who controls everything. If we drink deeply of His Word and let it fill our minds and hearts, the sovereignty of God will become clear to us, and we will rejoice in it because we will know intimately and trust completely the God who controls all things for His perfect purpose.
    Gian Giorgio Trissino
    Both I and J were used interchangeably by scribes to express the sound of both the vowel and the consonant. It wasn’t until 1524 when Gian Giorgio Trissino, an Italian Renaissance grammarian known as the father of the letter J, made a clear distinction between the two sounds.

  • Mindset is only half of the problem. The other part of the problem is just your “brain chemistry”. The body affects the mind just as much as the mind affects the body.

  • Just decided to look at some of your vlogs from early last year and found this one… this is why I love you, you speak to the heart… a year later this amazing vlog is still quite fresh and pertinent in February of 2016!

  • Hey, great videos.

    I usually spend 16 hours a day at my PC, last summer I travelled around Europe for 2 months solo. I learned a lot about myself and it was very liberating having complete freedom and control. I’m going to repeat it in Asia next month.

  • This is a very good video, thank you for creating and sharing. My problem is that I know I can do whatever I want. Sounds somewhat cocky, but my feeling is that I can do it. Once I know I can do something, I stop all efforts by feeling a sense of accomplishment. Sounds super weird but do you have any suggestions around it?

  • Another great video! I can’t say I had the same method of thinking as you did but I was also depressed a year ago. Eventually, I just got tired of it. I decided to set a few basic goals I would accomplish every day and used a journal and reminders to hold myself accountable. I decided to make my goals things I would enjoy or things that would jump improve my life eventually like taking a photo of a significant event of that day or going for a short walk. Since then I have managed to (slowly) work my way through Harry Potter in French and build a python program that creates a database based on certain posts from specific subreddits. This fall I am leaving to travel for 6-12 months in England, France, Croatia and more. I’m still working on establishing a more steady income (freelance is great but can be rough) so if anyone needs a freelance writer, programmer, SEO analyst, or editor let me know!

    Besides the concepts in this video, I would recommend reaching out to as many people as you can and being open about what you are looking for and what you need. I realized there is no need to try to accomplish everything on your own. Asking others for (reasonable) help or advice is the best way to build connections and gather information so you can make the best choices. Helping others has always been an important part of my life. Turns out others like to help too! People are great like that.

  • Before we can learn to trust that God is in control of all of life’s circumstances, we have to answer four questions: Is God really in control? How much control does He have? If He is not in complete control, then who/what is? How can I learn to trust that He is in control and rest in that?

    Is God really in control? The concept of the control of God over everything is called the “sovereignty” of God. Nothing gives us strength and confidence like an understanding of the sovereignty of God in our lives. God’s sovereignty is defined as His complete and total independent control over every creature, event, and circumstance at every moment in history. Subject to none, influenced by none, absolutely independent, God does what He pleases, only as He pleases, always as He pleases. God is in complete control of every molecule in the universe at every moment, and everything that happens is either caused or allowed by Him for His own perfect purposes.

    “The LORD of hosts has sworn, saying, ‘Surely, as I have thought, so it shall come to pass, And as I have purposed, so it shall stand’” (Isaiah 14:24). Nothing is random or comes by chance, especially not in the lives of believers. He “purposed” it. That means to deliberately resolve to do something. God has resolved to do what He will do, and nothing and no one stands in His way. “I make known the end from the beginning, from ancient times, what is still to come. I say: My purpose will stand, and I will do all that I please” (Isaiah 46:10). This is our powerful, purposeful God who is in control of everything. That should bring us great comfort and help to alleviate our fears.

    But exactly how much control does God have? God’s total sovereignty over all creation directly contradicts the philosophy of open theism, which states that God doesn’t know what’s going to happen in the future any more than we do, so He has to constantly be changing His plans and reacting to what the sinful creatures do as they exercise their free will. God isn’t finding out what’s going to happen as events unfold. He is continuously, actively running things—ALL things—here and now. But to think He needs our cooperation, our help, or the exercise of our free will to bring His plans to pass puts us in control over Him, which makes us God. Where have we heard that lie before? It’s a rehash of Satan’s same old lie from the Garden—you shall be like God (Genesis 3:5). Our wills are only free to the extent that God allows us that freedom and no farther. “All the peoples of the earth are regarded as nothing. He does as he pleases with the powers of heaven and the peoples of the earth. No one can hold back his hand or say to him: ‘What have you done?’” (Daniel 4:35). No one’s free will trumps the sovereignty of God.

    Some people find it appealing to think that Satan has control over a certain amount of life, that God is constantly revising His plans to accommodate Satan’s tricks. The book of Job is a clear illustration of just who has the sovereign power and who doesn’t. Satan came to God and, in effect, said, “Job only serves you because you protect him.” So God gave Satan permission to do certain things to Job but no more (Job 1:6–22). Could Satan do more than that? No. God is in control over Satan and his demons who try to thwart God’s plans at every step.

    Satan knew from the Old Testament that God’s plan was for Jesus to come to the earth, be betrayed, crucified and resurrected, and provide salvation for millions, and if there was any way to keep that from happening, Satan would have done it. If just one of the hundreds of prophecies about the Messiah could have been caused by Satan to fail to come to pass, the whole thing would have collapsed. But the numbers of independent, “free will” decisions made by thousands of people were designed by God to bring His plan to pass in exactly the way He had planned it from the beginning, and Satan couldn’t do a thing about it.

    Jesus was “delivered by the determined purpose and foreknowledge of God” (Acts 2:23). No action by the Romans, the Pharisees, Judas, or anyone else kept God’s plan from unfolding exactly the way He purposed it from before the foundation of the world. Ephesians 1 says we were chosen in Him before the world was even created. We were in the mind of God to be saved by faith in Christ. That means God knit together Satan’s rebellion, Adam and Eve’s sin, the fall of the human race, and the death and crucifixion of Christ—all seemingly terrible events—to save us before He created us. Here is a perfect example of God working all things together for good (Romans 8:28).

    Unlimited in power, unrivalled in majesty, and not thwarted by anything outside Himself, our God is in complete control of all circumstances, causing or allowing them for His own good purposes and plans to be fulfilled exactly as He has foreordained.

    Finally, the only way to trust in God’s sovereign control and rest in it is to know God. Know His attributes, know what He has done in the past, and this builds confidence in Him. Daniel 11:32b says, “The people who know their God shall be strong, and carry out great exploits.” Imagine that kind of power in the hands of an evil, unjust god. Or a god that really doesn’t care about us. But we can rejoice in our God’s sovereignty, because it is overshadowed by His goodness, His love, His mercy, His compassion, His faithfulness, and His holiness.

    But we can’t trust someone we don’t know, and there is only one way to know God—through His Word. There is no magic formula to make us spiritual giants overnight, no mystical prayer to pray three times a day to mature us, build our faith, and make us towers of strength and confidence. There is only the Bible, the single source of power that will change our lives from the inside out. But it takes effort, diligent, everyday effort, to know the God who controls everything. If we drink deeply of His Word and let it fill our minds and hearts, the sovereignty of God will become clear to us, and we will rejoice in it because we will know intimately and trust completely the God who controls all things for His perfect purpose.
    Gian Giorgio Trissino
    Both I and J were used interchangeably by scribes to express the sound of both the vowel and the consonant. It wasn’t until 1524 when Gian Giorgio Trissino, an Italian Renaissance grammarian known as the father of the letter J, made a clear distinction between the two sounds.

  • My problem is… That if I can’t get it done ��% perfect the way I intended to. Then I feel like it was a failure and I’m not locked in to the habit and my control starts to slip away until I’m all the way back to no control again. Then it takes some sort of intervention in order to regain some semblance of control again. After that I’m on top again and I attempt to put the pieces in their proper place although every time I get a little closer to perfect, the whole process repeats again.

    Can anyone else out there relate to this… Please let me know. I need to Know I’m not the only one.

  • Awesome video People have to take control of their decisions & life in general! It’s something I discuss in the latest video on my channel as well, & providing a blueprint for my child on how to be tough & not be a puppet to peer pressure. Thank you for the content.

  • Probably the best video resume on YouTube about this concept, awesome work!
    I took action just today, I wanted to have fun with my friends so I planed to go surfing and camping and we are going to do it! It feels very awesome to have so much control of everything… thanks!

  • Actually i did not hear what he was saying i could only focus to the video and watch the amazing things people are doing.. may be you should change the video which can help people to listen to the speech..

  • I’m making a change today to stop my caffeine and sugar addiction, work out everyday, and take life in the moment rather than looking to the future. It will be hard, but it’s worth it I believe.

  • Thank you so much for this video, I’ve been putting off various pieces of uni work for ages because I feel like I just can’t do them well enough. Watching this video is the first time that I’ve even considered that maybe I CAN do it, I just have to actually try!

  • I started my Boxercise businesses yesterday. I kickstarted early because of this channel. This channel is life changing. Thank You.

  • This was truly what I needed. Great video…I’ve been struggling with a few areas in my life of lately and it has been tough regaining control. But I am truly ready to make this year the best year I’ve had and be the best version of myself that I can be…Thank you again for the inspiration:)

    I’m also an aspiring blogger, and your blog is truly a great benchmark. Keep up the great work chick. Sending love from Trinidad.

    #NEICYOfficial
    #NEICYworld

  • what should I do if I have no job from the virus and government shut down? the only available job is one I know I will hate if I take. would this be me externally blaming the government shut down for my life rn?

  • I’m not sure where to begin….at one point I was working corporate America making 6 figures…then my ex wife became I’ll and left me our son and vanished we haven’t seen her in years. Anyway having nobody I know or trust has become an issue with child care and being able to care for my son and take control of my life has become hard….sure I see alot of people do it, but they have resources that aide and assist them I’m torn because now I only receive minimum wage and just want to get ahead without worrying if my son is alright…not sure I can have the privilege to have the best of both worlds….wish I had a plan that wouldn’t come crashing down with a single blow…example: daycare closed, now im calling off child sick I can’t come in…

  • I love the way y’all doing this. I can workout and still keep extra motivated without the mumble rap. And stay inspired. Beats is legit ����

  • Honestly this just made me cry �� cuz the thing holding me back is my body. Chronic pain, hypermobility, migraines, chronic exhaustion, I am holding me back and all I want to fucking do is live.

  • Thanks for watching! hope you enjoyed the video.
    Here is a link to the full interview David did with Jay Shetty:
    https://youtu.be/Gz3yZC8ZJsA

  • Before we can learn to trust that God is in control of all of life’s circumstances, we have to answer four questions: Is God really in control? How much control does He have? If He is not in complete control, then who/what is? How can I learn to trust that He is in control and rest in that?

    Is God really in control? The concept of the control of God over everything is called the “sovereignty” of God. Nothing gives us strength and confidence like an understanding of the sovereignty of God in our lives. God’s sovereignty is defined as His complete and total independent control over every creature, event, and circumstance at every moment in history. Subject to none, influenced by none, absolutely independent, God does what He pleases, only as He pleases, always as He pleases. God is in complete control of every molecule in the universe at every moment, and everything that happens is either caused or allowed by Him for His own perfect purposes.

    “The LORD of hosts has sworn, saying, ‘Surely, as I have thought, so it shall come to pass, And as I have purposed, so it shall stand’” (Isaiah 14:24). Nothing is random or comes by chance, especially not in the lives of believers. He “purposed” it. That means to deliberately resolve to do something. God has resolved to do what He will do, and nothing and no one stands in His way. “I make known the end from the beginning, from ancient times, what is still to come. I say: My purpose will stand, and I will do all that I please” (Isaiah 46:10). This is our powerful, purposeful God who is in control of everything. That should bring us great comfort and help to alleviate our fears.

    But exactly how much control does God have? God’s total sovereignty over all creation directly contradicts the philosophy of open theism, which states that God doesn’t know what’s going to happen in the future any more than we do, so He has to constantly be changing His plans and reacting to what the sinful creatures do as they exercise their free will. God isn’t finding out what’s going to happen as events unfold. He is continuously, actively running things—ALL things—here and now. But to think He needs our cooperation, our help, or the exercise of our free will to bring His plans to pass puts us in control over Him, which makes us God. Where have we heard that lie before? It’s a rehash of Satan’s same old lie from the Garden—you shall be like God (Genesis 3:5). Our wills are only free to the extent that God allows us that freedom and no farther. “All the peoples of the earth are regarded as nothing. He does as he pleases with the powers of heaven and the peoples of the earth. No one can hold back his hand or say to him: ‘What have you done?’” (Daniel 4:35). No one’s free will trumps the sovereignty of God.

    Some people find it appealing to think that Satan has control over a certain amount of life, that God is constantly revising His plans to accommodate Satan’s tricks. The book of Job is a clear illustration of just who has the sovereign power and who doesn’t. Satan came to God and, in effect, said, “Job only serves you because you protect him.” So God gave Satan permission to do certain things to Job but no more (Job 1:6–22). Could Satan do more than that? No. God is in control over Satan and his demons who try to thwart God’s plans at every step.

    Satan knew from the Old Testament that God’s plan was for Jesus to come to the earth, be betrayed, crucified and resurrected, and provide salvation for millions, and if there was any way to keep that from happening, Satan would have done it. If just one of the hundreds of prophecies about the Messiah could have been caused by Satan to fail to come to pass, the whole thing would have collapsed. But the numbers of independent, “free will” decisions made by thousands of people were designed by God to bring His plan to pass in exactly the way He had planned it from the beginning, and Satan couldn’t do a thing about it.

    Jesus was “delivered by the determined purpose and foreknowledge of God” (Acts 2:23). No action by the Romans, the Pharisees, Judas, or anyone else kept God’s plan from unfolding exactly the way He purposed it from before the foundation of the world. Ephesians 1 says we were chosen in Him before the world was even created. We were in the mind of God to be saved by faith in Christ. That means God knit together Satan’s rebellion, Adam and Eve’s sin, the fall of the human race, and the death and crucifixion of Christ—all seemingly terrible events—to save us before He created us. Here is a perfect example of God working all things together for good (Romans 8:28).

    Unlimited in power, unrivalled in majesty, and not thwarted by anything outside Himself, our God is in complete control of all circumstances, causing or allowing them for His own good purposes and plans to be fulfilled exactly as He has foreordained.

    Finally, the only way to trust in God’s sovereign control and rest in it is to know God. Know His attributes, know what He has done in the past, and this builds confidence in Him. Daniel 11:32b says, “The people who know their God shall be strong, and carry out great exploits.” Imagine that kind of power in the hands of an evil, unjust god. Or a god that really doesn’t care about us. But we can rejoice in our God’s sovereignty, because it is overshadowed by His goodness, His love, His mercy, His compassion, His faithfulness, and His holiness.

    But we can’t trust someone we don’t know, and there is only one way to know God—through His Word. There is no magic formula to make us spiritual giants overnight, no mystical prayer to pray three times a day to mature us, build our faith, and make us towers of strength and confidence. There is only the Bible, the single source of power that will change our lives from the inside out. But it takes effort, diligent, everyday effort, to know the God who controls everything. If we drink deeply of His Word and let it fill our minds and hearts, the sovereignty of God will become clear to us, and we will rejoice in it because we will know intimately and trust completely the God who controls all things for His perfect purpose.
    Gian Giorgio Trissino
    Both I and J were used interchangeably by scribes to express the sound of both the vowel and the consonant. It wasn’t until 1524 when Gian Giorgio Trissino, an Italian Renaissance grammarian known as the father of the letter J, made a clear distinction between the two sounds.

  • I really needed to see this video at this point in my life. I am not sure how I even ended up seeing this video but I am so thankful at this moment. I have lost 42 pounds over the past 2 years and I am constantly beating myself up because my progress was not quicker. I have also just gotten out of an almost 3 year relationship with someone I gave my all, and he gave nothing back. I am also a second year University student starting in the fall and I want to get my GPA up even higher. I have just been beating myself u lately and this video was such a blessing for me in my life right now.

  • How to remove the fucking gay music in the background? idiots who actually want to learn and apply this and not just feel a momentary boost of motivation don’t need it.

  • Damn, this guy is so inspirational, I learned from him that all our doubts and fears are just in our heads, training the mind is the most important thing ������������

  • I love your Philosophy Mr Goggins!
    I’m a recovering alcoholic and for years I have heard people share their experiences of working the 12 step program. Out of fear I have resisted working through the steps.
    I hear the 12 steps in how you speak, a beautiful program that you have inspired me to live and truly face myself.
    Thank you

  • i had a loads of hereo man…marcus aurelius, joel osteen, confucius, tiddy rowan, jesus, buddy holly, robert redford, cliff richard, marty stuart, richard branson, lynda carter, joannna lumley, oprah, mary lou mac donald,…… and the last person i saw at the supermarket!……but the daves and the beasts tougether is wicked science!

  • do u all realize he had big hole in his heart and he didnt know about it till in his 30s?? that he was going on his 30% max capacity and still finish hell week in navy seal?? I dont care if ur skinny 5 foot midget from.india….u can’t complain if u cannot beat AT LEAST navy seal training….no excuses for me or at all for the rest of our lives!

  • Don’t be in it, spiritually get out of it! Look down at what you are doing and be amazed at you and TRUST the process! @ 7:35 I am a very sensitive person and my solution has been to run, looking at the negative, and reading into things. Stop caring about what people think-its the most freeing motto to live by. When you are in it, the thing is to not give it POWER, tell that demon to kick rocks, and focus on the finish line!

  • Thank you Patricia!!! I love your videos and I love that you are doing more motivational videos. This video alone gives me the push I need to start something new and uncomfortable! THANK YOU! Keep it up!

  • I understand exactly what this means and I love the way you delivered it to your viewers. You just got a LIKE from me. Thanks for sharing