Searching out God's assignments, and using all my energies to
accomplish each task quickly and skillfully.
Diligent in business or study; constantly, regularly, or
habitually occupied in business; assiduous; opposed to slothful
Webster's 1st ed., 1828
I am habitually industrious and get things done. My attitude is
always "will do!" as well as "can do!"
I am dynamic.
I am becoming more and more energetic.
My parents wanted me to be industrious, and my productivity is
an honor to their desires.
My friends know me to be hard-working.
My family sees me becoming more and more inventive.
My parents are proud of my business-like life.
My enterprising habits are an asset to my community.
Those I work with are delighted that I am becoming more and
I am not afraid to work six days in a "TGIF" culture
that watches the clock, waits to vacation, and works only to
My desire to be laborious pleases God.
I am committed to becoming more and more ambitious.
People around me can depend on me to be a worker.
The Spirit gives me sabbatic rest and empowers me continue
I often think about how I can be more workman-like.
I appreciate diligence.
My spirit reverberates with accomplishment.
My conscience knows the value of work.
I have a natural affinity with activity.
Being industrious is a real passion with me.
These words resonate in my being; I use them often:
just as He chose us in Him before the foundation of the
world, that we should be holy and without blame before Him in
love, having predestined us to adoption as sons by Jesus Christ to
Himself, according to the good pleasure of His will,
-- Ephesians 1:4-5
O how love I Thy Law! it is my meditation all the day. Thou
through Thy Commandments hast made me wiser than mine enemies. I
have more understanding than all my teachers: for Thy Testimonies
are my meditation.
-- Psalm 119:97
This isn't that New Age
"Positive Thinking" stuff, is it??