Welcome to SmithvilleChurch.org


      Nurturing people in the image of God since 1868.                                                                          POB 397/520 Dry Creek Rd./Smithville, TN



1. COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS, NOT YOUR TROUBLES. Other people don't need your troubles; they have enough of their own. (Malachi 3:10)

2. LIVE ONE DAY AT A TIME. You can control and conquer any sin if you will learn to live one day at a time (James 4:13-15).

3. LEARN TO SAY, I LOVE YOU." Break the alabaster box of kindness over as many people as you can (Mark 14:3-6).

4. LEARN TO BE A GIVER AND NOT A GETTER If you're failing to get out of life what you want, it is because you are expecting to get instead of give. (Luke 6:38).

5. SEE GOOD IN EVERYONE AND EVERYTHING. Be a "good" seeker, and not a fault finder. (Matthew 7:1-5).

6. PRAY EVERY DAY. Reserve a time in your day to thank God for His blessings and ask for His guidance (Luke 18:1).

7. DO AT LEAST ONE GOOD DEED EACH DAY. Plant the seed of goodness and it will produce after its own kind (Acts 10:3 8).

8. LEARN TO PRIORITIZE. All things have a place in life. Keep important things in first place (Matthew 6:33).

9. LET NOTHING BOTHER YOU. We let too many little things destroy our peace of mind. We can even allow imaginary things get to us (Philippians 4:7).

10. PRACTICE THE "DO IT NOW" HABIT. The road to hell is paved with good intentions (II Corinthians 6:1-2).

11. FILL YOUR LIFE WITH GOOD. Clean out the trash, and fill your life with good thoughts and deeds (Philippians 4:8).

12. LEARN TO LAUGH AND CRY. More than 70 percent of all physical ills to be overcome of we could learn this (Romans 12:15).

13. LEARN TO PRACTICE THE HAPPINESS HABIT. Learn to smile, and the world will smile with you (Philippians 4:4).

14. LEARN TO FEAR NOTHING AND NO ONE. Think of your own powers and not your weaknesses. Crowd out fear with faith (Hebrews 11:1-6).

15. LET GO AND LET GOD TAKE OVER The only way to fmd peace and happiness is to let God take control of your life (Psalm 23).

For His Cause,
Tim Woodward