It’s really hard to juggle our Christian life as well as focusing on our academics, professions, housework, and many more.
I know, getting up early in morning to do our Q.T.s while battling to stay on top of things can be a humiliating defeat.
Finding the Balance between Physical & Spiritual
Constant pressure from the outside world as well as within: (Don’t worry about the spiritual things, just be happy!)
And at times or another we’ve all tried to keep our balance while walking on a fence.
Sometimes, we’d make it and sometimes we would fall.
But I think the ability to pick ourselves up from the fall and getting back on the fence is the key.
We all know, the what’s and the how’s of our spiritual living but laziness, procrastination, and other negative habits tell us, otherwise.
Developing Spiritual Habits
Developing a strong spiritual habit, I believe it’s all up to how much we love God.
If someone were to ask me, “You want to play basketball at 4:00 in the morning,” I would definitely say, “Yes!”
Why, because I’m going to make time for those things that I love and treasure.
It’s all matter about priority.
It’s something I’m willing to do regardless of the consequences.
When it comes to obedience, a lot of us keep one foot in the Spirit while the other foot flirts with the world.
Read Bible vs TV vs Prayer vs Video Games
Reading God’s word vs. watching our favorite T.V. program or praying vs. video games and ad infinitum.
The list goes on….
No wonder we have so many books on “Time management.”
We have become unfortunate soul when it comes to managing our times.
And I believe, these are some of the unhappiest people in the world.
Lessons Unlearned from a Drunk
Charles Spurgeon once said, “I never saw anybody try to walk on both sides of the street but a drunken man; he tried it, and it was very awkward to see, indeed.
But I have seen so many people in a moral point of view who try to walk on both sides of the street, and I thought they looked intoxicated….
If God is God and Christ is our Savior, let us give our undivided attention and our whole heart to God.
A lukewarm Christian never has the joy of knowing the fullness of God and obedience is the key to real “FAITH!”
This is real faith: believing and acting obediently regardless of our circumstances.