Kept Promises

Promise made, promise kept is an action principle, not just an admonishment to keep your word. If you want to become a consistent promise keeper, you’ll need to be thoughtful about your promises every step of the way. There are usually three reasons that promises aren’t kept: They are forgotten, abandoned, or undervalued. In each case, there are practices that can convert a broken promise into victory of character.”

Sanders, Tim (2011-03-29). Today We Are Rich (p. 251). Tyndale House Publishers. Kindle Edition.

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Senior Pastor of Valley Fellowship of Yakima
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