Do you know the real story of Art Fleming? He is most notable for being the host of the original version of the television game show Jeopardy!, which aired on NBC from 1964 until 1975. Yet, his life wasn’t a pathway of perfect. He practiced the positive principle of looking up, thinking up and acting in an up manner time after time. The way he handled life and not letting anything get him down, kept him up. Here is one person that knows how to handle a tough matter spiritually. Here is how he reacted to the news that the popular program was being dropped according to Steve Tinney at the National Enquirer:
“I’m not the least bit upset about it,” the famous emcee said. “In fact, I can’t wait to see what God has in store for me. It may sound strange, but I really believe every time one door closes, another, even better one opens.
My life has always been in the hands of God and knowing that give me a positive mental attitude.
I can accept whatever He has in store for me and whatever it is, it’ll be better than Jeopardy — I just know it.
“I don’t claim to be holier than thou,” Fleming said. “But the way I see it,
if God is for me, who can be against me?
My inspiration and guidance come from my everyday converstions with God. I think HIm for each and every day — regardless of what happens… God watches out for all of us
When things go wrong, He’s strengthening you for even better things to come.”
Put problems into God’s hands and leave them there. He will always take care of you and bring things out right. Learn more about Art Fleming.
Almost everything is a preparation for something. We prepare for school, we prepare for marriage, we prepare for our life’s work, we prepare for death. A university is an institution of learning intended to prepare us for better things to come, but so is a home, and so is an occupation, and so is life itself. The purpose of each is to ‘bring us to a fuller realization of our possibilities. Sterling Sill
The Positive Principle Today, Normal Vincent Peale