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Enjoy Your God’s Given Life.

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When your
alarm clock goes off in the morning do you wish you could just stay in bed? Do
your struggles and responsibilities weigh you down with frustration, boredom or
hopeless? If these sentiments describe the way you feel about life, then you
are not enjoying the fullness of life that Christ offers. He is not only our
saviour but also our burden-bearer. God wants you to have a much better life –
one that you enjoy! God will give you the ability to enjoy life, no matter what.

Here’s how you can enjoy your life

Notice God’s
gifts and thank Him for them. Make it a daily practice to thank God for each
new day when you wake up from bed.

Throughout
the day, keep your mind on the good things in your life for which you’re
grateful. Don’t forget to acknowledge basic blessings such as your ability to
breathe, eat or smile.

Turn your
worries into prayers. Whenever a worry enters your mind, find a promise of God
that responds to it and turn it into prayer point. Know that worry can’t accomplish
anything good, but faith in the LORD has great power, since nothing is
impossible with God!

Be specific
as you share your concern with God and trust Him to answer your prayers in the
right way at the right time.

Look for
fulfilment in the right place. Stop looking for true and lasting satisfaction
in the wrong places, such as through your work, personal pleasure or
accumulation of knowledge or material possessions. Realize that only God can
provide the fulfilment you seek. Make a strong relationship with Him your top
priority.

Prayer: Lord, I celebrate your
goodness in my life and thank You for Your mercies! Amen!

Psalm 63:1-11.

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