Yesterday I talked about how fatigue is the best friend of discouragement. There are some other elements to the story found in Nehemiah chapter 4 and to our lives that can contribute to discouragement. Verse 10 says, "Meanwhile, the people in Judah said, "The strength of the laborers is giving out, and there is so much rubble that we cannot rebuild the wall." I guess you could say that they were in some rubble trouble. They were frustrated! They looked at what they were trying to accomplish and all that they could see was the rubble that was keeping them from fulfilling their dream. Many times we look at our lives all we see are mountains of rubble. We see mountains of unfinished tasks and misplaced priorities that cause intense frustration! These things ultimately steal our courage to live out God's purposes through our lives. Maybe it is time to take out the trash today? Every thursday morning I take out the trash. It only takes a few moments & it causes everything to smell so much better! Get rid of the waste that is in your life today. Stop doing everything. Stop going out every night. Stop saying yes to everything. Stop trying to please everyone! Take the unnecessary things out of your life & get out of rubble trouble today! Put God first in your life and daily agenda by allowing His Spirit to guide you in your choices and commitments. Take out the trash today & let the aroma of your life change today!
Commit 21 Days to building new habits into your world to help you grow in your faith! Millions of Christians have grown older without ever growing up; they act as though spiritual growth is automatic. They may have a plan to save for retirement; they may have a plan for sending their kids to college; but they don't have a strategy for enriching their souls. Make the decision to invest into your life! Here's a simple plan for you to put into practice to help you GROW to a Whole NUTHA Level ! Remember, You don't choose your destiny. You choose your habits and habits define your destiny. Choose well and join us! H = Hanging Out With God Having an consistent time with God through prayer, bible reading, silence and solitude, memorizing scripture, etc. Matthew 4:4, says, "But Jesus told him, “No! The Scriptures say, ‘People do not live by bread alone, but by every word that comes from the mouth of God.” Recommended Step: Sign up of the Freedom Life 21 days of