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How does any Christian make it through a day successfully without starting it right?

The average person begins their day by getting out of bed, heading straight for the television and tuning in to the morning news and weather. The first thing many do is to bombard their spirits with the things of the world.

As the twig is bent - so grows the tree. We are what we eat... selah

Is it any wonder so many of God's people are depressed, full of fear/anxiety, defeated, stressed and suffering from stress related illnesses? Can we agree that the world is full of stress and offers no peace or security?

We are admonished in scripture to guard our hearts (spirits) and to seek God early.

May I make a suggestion? Instead of heading straight for the television to get the morning news and weather, head straight for your Bible and get words of life, health and prosperity.

Pick it up and let the Word of God be the first thing that creeps into your sleepy consciousness as you begin your day.

Get up an hour earlier if you must. It is well worth the effort. If you are not sure where to start in your Bible reading go to the "Christian Growth" tab on the navigation bar of this website for a suggestion.

Expect and resist the opposition that will inevitably come to prevent this life transforming habit from  being established in your life (too sleepy, can't concentrate, feel awful etc.,).

Do this, and the quality and effectiveness of your days will improve.

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STAYING FOCUSED IN BABYLON
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Be careful what you eat...

               ... to the hungry soul, every bitter thing is sweet

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