The first few words and sentences that you allow to enter your mind has a great impact on how you’re going to experience the day and how you’re going to socialize with people. That’s why meditating on the Lord early in the morning prepares you to make the best of what you have. But if your first thoughts revolve around you, your needs and wants, as well as your fears and problems, you’re likely to experience anxiety and disappointments than joy and blessings because you’re also more likely to forget praising Him and thanking Him no matter what the day brings.

By His Grace, Sheela

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Hello, welcome! :) This space has everything that I am passionate about. I am a Christian writer, artist, and a health enthusiast dedicated to helping others live with passion.

Posted on March 1, 2016, in On Blogging, On Christianity, On Circumstances, On Friendship, On Giving, On Judging Others, On Life's Purpose, On Lifestyle, On Loving Others, On Money, On Moving On, On Relationship, On Students, Rethinking and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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