Word of the Day: inscrutable #EducatingPeopleOneWordAtATime

Pronunciation: [in-SKROO-tuh-buh l]

Definition(s):incapable of being investigated, analyzed, or scrutinized; impenetrable
2. not easily understood; mysterious; unfathomable:

Part of Speech: adjective

Sentence:  How progressive offers low car insurance rate is inscrutable to some people. (see video for clarification)

Synonyms: enigmatic, ambiguous, inexplicable,  incomprehensible

Antonyms: obvious, plain, evident, clear, comprehensible

Reposition Your Mirror

Bishop Dale C. Bronner
Word of Faith
II Corinthians 3:12-18

Reposition Your Mirror


  • Recognize your own image
    • When you don’t recognize your image, you’ll attack yourself.
      • If you conquer the enemy within,  the enemy without can do you no harm.
    • We don’t things as they are, we see them as we are.
  • Position your mirror to reflect God
    • You’ll be able to reflect the light of his glory
    • Our body is a frame
      • God is the image
  • The mirror isn’t a source of light, it’s a reflector of a source
    • The moon only shines because of the light of the sun
  • There are multiple translations of scripture
    • One says beholding as in a mirror
    • The other says reflecting like a mirror
  • After Moses beheld the glory of God,  his face reflected it
    • Words
    • Actions
    • Beliefs
  • Behold God in such a light that you can’t help but reflect him
  • The great stare down between you and God
    • Beholding leads to becoming, becoming leads to reflecting
  • Let your life story reflect his glory
  • To behold is to:
    • Study
    • Stare
    • Contemplate
      • You become what you behold
  • Whatever captures and holds your attention will ultimately control the direction of your life
  • Recognize – to know again
    • Re-cognize
  • From a big test comes a big testimony
  • From a big mess comes a big message


Word of the Day: supplant

Pronunciation: [suh-PLANT]

Definition(s): to take the place of (another), as through force, scheming, strategy, or the like.

Part of Speech: verb

Sentence:  Early in a chess game, you’ll often see one pawn supplant another near the center of the board.

Synonyms: replace, overthrow, supersede, oust, substitute

Antonyms: allow, surrender, permit

Word of the Day: denigrate

Pronunciation: [DEN-i-greyt]

Definition(s): to speak damagingly of; criticize in a derogatory manner; sully;defame:

Part of Speech: verb

Sentence: In many court cases, one party will denigrate the other in an attempt to sway the judge or jury.

Synonyms: slander, vilify, decry

Antonyms: compliment, praise, laud, commend

Word of the Day: frenetic

Pronunciation: [fruh-NET-ik]

Definition(s): frantic; frenzied.

Part of Speech: During the holiday season, retail stores often have frenetic pace and chaotic atmosphere.

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Synonyms: hyper, fanatical

Antonyms: calm, peaceful, balanced