The Lord rejoices to see the work begin
Looking for a motivation is not a bad idea but waiting for an external motivation to get started on what we know we should be doing is already a set up for inactivity.
This is speaking to me all over again, I do hope someone finds it helpful too.
When we are faced with challenges in life or hard bent by the situations around us, what is our first response? Do we try to fix things ourselves by worrying about what the solution might be or do we choose to pray about the situation.
“Don’t worry about anything; instead, pray about everything. Tell God what you need, and thank him for all he has done” – Philippians 4:6 [NLT]
A few lessons:
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This post is one I’ve gone over a few times and I thought it’ll be great to share…..
No one likes a sourpuss. If you do not know what that is, a quick Google search reveals it is a person who is bad-tempered or habitually sullen. For someone like that, it may take some effort to snap out of the blues. It would have been far better not to fall into a mindset of negativity in the first place.
1. Keep Moving
As cliché as it sounds, it is hard to hit a moving target. Isaac Newton put it another way, “A body in motion stays in motion. A body at rest stays at rest.”
When we are on the move, we expend energy—energy that we would have otherwise consumed for other things. Sometimes, and this happens…
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