BREAKS WITH GOD

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20151106_222527This is another day for some reflections how God has brought us through the night to another day. We are grateful to You Lord for bringing us out to see the amazing world that you have designed for us. My brothers and sisters in Christ it is time for us to recharge our body and soul for the work in this 2016.

I was very worried. But Your comfort brought me joy. — Psalm 94:19

At least once a day, go out in your backyard or close your office door or sit in your car, and be quiet for a few minutes, tuning into God. You could just silently sit in His presence, or you could meditate on a verse like Psalm 18:2, The Lord is my rock, my fortress and my deliverer; my God is my rock, in whom take refuge.

When you feel your pressure going up, stop and say, “God, I want to tune in to you again. I want to focus on You.” Take these mini-breaks during the day to refocus on the greatness of God. You have to manage your time with work and God. Taking a rest to mediate or to pray . Even to say thank You and tell Him how great He is.

Maintaining new habits is hard, and stress can make you slip back into your old ways. You start thinking, Maybe I should just coast for the next couple of months. But coasting is a downhill journey! A five-minute break with God can recharge you and keep you moving onward and upward. When will you take a five-minute break today to be quiet before God?

Food for Thought

A quiet break with God is a gift to recharge your body and your soul.

Your servant and brother,
+ Sir Godfrey Gregg
Archbishop and Presiding Prelate
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