1) During attacks, conflict, betray, or other traumatic circumstances, you don’t need to be frazzled. Though you produce the output, the outcome is out of our control. Settle it in your heart.
2) Though you should faithfully, zealously and earnestly endeavor to produce the greatest and most effective ministry output possible, at the same time you must let go of outcomes. God is in control. Let Him do it! Settle it in your heart.
3) No matter how badly things are going in your church, God will take care of the situation in His time. Settle it in your heart.
4) Whatever the circumstances, if your heart is not settled on the firm foundation of God’s loving providence in your life, your heart will not be settled. Settle it in your heart.
5) You will get what God graciously wills for you, whether you think it’s good or not. But, you’d better believe that it will be good! Settle it in your hearts.
6) Even in the worst adversity, even when you’re outnumbered, God is with you. With Him by your side, regardless of the current pain, you’ll win! Settle it in your heart.
7) When you’re in the midst of conflict or striving toward a wonderful ministry opportunity, let God bring about the victory. He’ll bring victory in His good time. Don’t be anxious. Don’t be impatient. Don’t force it. Just… Settle it in your heart.
8) The life of faith is one that does not focus on your works of weakness or pride, but on what God can, does and will accomplish in you. Live it, preach it, teach it and believe it. Settle it in your heart.
9) When things go awry, don’t prepare a speech, don’t be overly pre-occupied and obsessed with the issue, don’t worry about it, don’t get bent out of shape. Instead, in the face of trauma, Jesus said, “Settle it in your hearts.” God will be faithful. So, just go the cross and do as Jesus said, “Settle it in your hearts.”