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"A time  to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up." (Ecclesiastes 3:3)

Today, we are going to examine the word "revamp" and how it relates to the practical and biblical principles for "Spiritual" growth. In essence, "revamp" is a process to repair or restore. Revamp is further defined as the ability to reconstruct; Rebuild; Renew; Adapt; Amend; Change; Improve; Modify; Qualify; Recondition; Revive; Reorganize; Shift the scene; Turn the tables; Turn the tide; and Turn upside down. In the business world, it is called "Adaptability" a key leadership ability to know when to strategically reevaluate the organizations past, present, and future over a time span in align with the vision and mission. To "revamp" is a direct connection between "adaptability" in the ability to adjust in the direction for an effective impact globally for human sustainability and growth. However, "revamp"  and "adaptability" has both a negative and positive approach known by the platforms.

In the context of the scripture, King Solomon left on record for all people and leadership the importance of knowing the time to "revamp" and to hear the voice of God, relying on God's Wisdom for greater success in the forefront. For instance, personally, I call this "Shift-And-Shake-Recover." It is the ability to take courage to revamp "if" you must, push back, but never quit. Knowing it is the revamping process that leads to victory in the forefront. Thought to ponder: The revamping process requires an individual approach to evaluate, cultivate recovery, and strategize for a different direction leading to greater preeminence above life weakness. At this level, it  denounces self-gratification, fame platforms, and advances in a distinction of excellence for the greater of human sustainability.

What lessons can be learned about "revamp" and "adaptability?" There are five (5) important lessons. Discovering the "Truth" in "Time," "How," and "I Must Choose:"

Lessons Learned About Revamp and Adaptability

  1. Time has boundaries of testing, devastations, healing, and recovery. How will I respond to this time of dispensation? Will I succumb in defeat or overcome with victory? "I Must Choose" to live or die. (Self Management Leadership and Evaluation Process)
  2. Time has a way of unveiling a person's "true" character in both short and long term under pressure. How will I respond to life circumstances with integrity and ethical behavior under pressure? Will I give into the norm of society, comprise moral beliefs, or take courage to make a difference turning the tide from the norm? "I Must Choose" a life of integrity or dishonor! (Self Management Leadership and Evaluation Process)
  3. Time has a predestined phase of "revamping" to rebuild with total restoration. How will I submit my will to God's Will, to hear His voice in the revamping process? "I Must Choose" to humble myself for total victory. (Self Management Leadership and Humility Trait)
  4. Time has distinct leadership abilities to "adapt," "adjust," and "shift" to the next level for the greater of human sustainability. How and when will I step back to reevaluate for a greater impact and opportunity of growth? "I Must Choose" to go forward or stay stuck stupid because of ignorance. (Self Management Leadership and Change Management)
  5. Truth is always revealed in a person's ability to know when to enact Godly wisdom to "revamp" in humility for a greater impact, not comprising morals, to be an agent of healing. How will I change to listen to the voice of God to transform for the greater? How will I take courage to move forward in God's plan? "I Must Choose" to stand in courage to transform. (Courage Leadership and Transformational Leadership)

In closing, know to "revamp" has a set time orchestrated by God; Know you will need to enact Godly wisdom in the revamping process; Know you have the ability within yourself to live or die; Know revamping requires a person of courage and humility; Know time has a way of unveiling a person's "true" character in short and long term; Know you will either be an agent of healing or hurting; Know adaptability has limitations in the revamping process; Know you will need courage to change and transform for the greater in preserving yourself, family, and human sustainability. Remember, an environment of life is a progressive climate and culture of growth. Change your environment if needed. Change your view if needed. Change your courage if needed. Revamp if needed, but don't quit. Speak life, grow, and lead! "You Have Value!" “You Have Worth!" "You Have Purpose!" "I Must Choose Life or Death!"

Be Blessed and stay connected to Jesus,

Lady Cynthia R. Kelly
God's Humble Servant
Evangelist - International Author

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