How For the Strength of All Works

Hello! Thank you for signing up for or thinking about signing up for the project For the Strength of All. This what I call the “initiation page”. It explains how everything works and provides links to various things. For example, if you need help signing up, go here.

The structure of For the Strength of All is that we all will commit to living one section of For the Strength of Youth at a time for three weeks straight. During that time we will try our hardest to always live those standards. You can find out what this segment’s topic is pretty easily by looking at the newest posts (which are emailed to those who have signed up and also displayed on the home page of this site).

There are two commitments, one broad commitment that you make at the start of each segment in the “Starting Post” and one that will be sent to you every day that is a bit more specific. There will also be a second post sent out at 9:00 p.m. each day which will help you review your progress and keep your commitment fresh in mind. It will only take a moment of your time to read it. You are also encouraged to read the extra information that will be underneath the main commitment in the daily post. The extra information is there to help you understand the commitment and live it to its fullest.

The daily reminders as well as other new posts will be posted on the website ForTheStrengthOfAll.com if you wish to view them online instead of in your inbox, and you can find previous reminders by topic by moving your mouse over the For the Strength of All tab of the website and selecting the segment you wish to look up.FTSOA Initiation

Being subscribed will allow the computer to automatically forward all new posts directly to your email account the moment they are posted. Because you cannot receive the daily reminders until you have activated your subscription, make sure that you check your email and confirm your subscription when you sign up for the first time. After that, the daily reminders will be sent every morning automatically.

When you get your commitment, I strongly suggest writing down your commitment and saying it out loud to help you focus on it. If you want to do better, bring your family and friends into it. Support each other and use this as an opportunity to grow closer and stronger.

Above all, remember that God is always with you, and that He is always there to help you when you are in need. The purpose of making these commitments is to heed Jesus’ request to come unto Him. By living a Christ-like life, you’ll show Him that you love Him. As you make these commitments, may you have His strength and guidance to do as He wishes.

~ George

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