Reflective Encouragement Royal Reflections

Lost in Translation

The reflection of letters and words are easily distorted by a mirrored reflection. I didn’t really consider that until I started doing zoom and other video recording to teach people concepts. Thank goodness there are settings that help correct that problem. It is so easy for things to get lost in translation.   I’m so thankful […]

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Fill in the Blank

Fill in the blank questions can be intimidating on a test. Have you ever thought about everyday we are given as a fill in the blank? Each new day is a day for us to fill and because of the freedom we have in Christ we get to choose how we will fill it. I’m […]

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More Than Words

Words often come easier than following through with action. Especially when it comes to trusting God in the area of our finances. But truth be told money is another chariot that we might be putting greater trust in. Our challenge is to sit this week with the question; are money and my finances a chariot […]

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Grounded in God’s Word

Accept or Deny the Mission: A nation with hope is grounded in God’s word.   All throughout scripture the Lord points us to the provision He provides for nations who follow after Him and put their trust and hope in Him above all the things of this earth. But the nations who don’t are taken down […]

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Clean up Aisle 7

“Clean up in aisle 7!” blares over the stores intercom system to alert the clean up crew they are needed.   As a shopper what do you instinctively do? Go to aisle 7 or avoid it?   The clean up crew probably wishes they could avoid it with the avoiders but it’s there job. My college […]

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Alter Ego’s are Revealing

Altering our ego can give us a new perspective and in many cases new found confidence.   Halloween in America is a time when people do just that they alter their ego by taking on a masked personality through a costume that gives them a temporary new identity.   It can be fun, empowering, and enlightening all […]

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Navigate the Minefield

How are you doing today? I really want to know. Just the other day I told a friend that I feel like I’m walking through a minefield. Maybe you can relate.  Navigating conversations that used to be so simple can blow up unexpectedly. I think now more than ever we need to be dressed and […]

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You Deserve it!

When is the last time you flew on an airplane?   I just returned from a quick trip to Sitka Alaska.   So often we just mentally check out when the Flight Attendants start their required safety brief about seat belts, emergency exits, flotation devices, and oxygen masks.   (You might even heard the little monologue in […]

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The Luxury of Options

The luxury of options…. What exactly does it mean to have the luxury of options? Personally, I think there is a point where having endless options turns into a nightmare. When you have too many choices the process of choosing the right one is agonizing.   Unless, your endless choices are ice cream flavors, ha ha. […]

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Smile Power

We hold within us the power to brighten a persons day from the inside out.   Really, it’s called smiling.  According to numerous studies every time we smile we reduce our stress level, reduce our blood pressure, and boost our immune system.   Of course the first noticeable result is the positive emotion that  bubbled up to […]