The battle rages on

I’m searching for wisdom yet claim that I have it. I do this because, I’ve begun to proclaim everything I want as though I have it, because I can see it. This practise is challenging, but I’m not giving up on me yet. I have my own back, or do I? This is a question that everyone struggles with daily. This is where, I want to stress, the importance of starting the day off right. Life is a battleground, so before you go out into the world, it’s important to suit up. Meditation, and prayer, is vital when preparing for the day. That’s it that’s the gotcha moment of the article. When someone wakes up in the morning, the first thing they do is, going to determine the day. Does this person grab their phone first or does this person meditate. The worst thing to do in the morning is grabbing the phone or turning on the television. I could go on but that is another article. The point of this article is what are you feeding your soul in the morning. The negativity of the world, will start the day wrong, and noone even realizes it, because we can’t see energy. The beauty of it is if someone starts the day off right, by prayer and meditation the whole day will be easier and more positive. Spiritual growth is something most do not speak of because it’s not a comfortable subject. I deal with this on a daily basis and have to remember to not grab my phone first thing in the morning. Im just as guilty as anyone else and this article is for myself today, I don’t know if this applies to anyone else?

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  1. This is totally profound. Spiritual growth is a conscious and constant effort. There are habits we indulge in that we need to stop in order to live the kind of lifestyle God desires for us. Like you rightly said, there is no better way to start a day than to nourish the spirit man by the channel of studying God’s Word and prayer. Those two things are what shapes the natural and spiritual lives of a believer. As for grabbing my phone first thing in the morning, I think I’ve been also guilty of that in recent times. I should discipline myself in this area. Don’t stop writing and inspiring.

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    1. Thank you so much this response hit me hard because. I know this is something I’ve been meant to do. I pray for blessings for you and all my readers. I appreciate you.

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      1. My pleasure. You’re most welcome.


  2. You write, “Spiritual growth is something most do not speak of because it’s not a comfortable subject. I deal with this on a daily basis…”

    I think as addicts or former addicts we have no choice but to live the spiritual life on a daily basis. This is the only cure.


    1. Absolutely starting my day without prayer and meditation is like a football player running on the field with no gear


    2. I agree it’s important, because if we aren’t always in prayer then the enemy will take advantage. Thank you for your response.


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