I'm loving this time of the day. It's the beginning of a new day. I just finished some time in the Word and I'm sipping on a good cup of coffee. I love the mornings. It's quieter, the air seems to be clearer, and a fresh new day is ahead. During this time I can reflect on the day past as well as plan and dream for the day ahead. It's incredible how God designed life!
I talk about this a lot but I see having quiet time as a way to slow down the perpetual rush of life. If we're not careful we can be so caught up in the impetus of life that whenever we do slow down just a bit, we're thinking "Man, where's all the time gone!" I believe a time, alone with God is not only important to our spiritual walk (that's the key), but it gives us an opportunity to view our lives from a proper perspective. That perspective is filtered through the stillness and the quietness of His Word and His presence. In athletic games there are time-outs. Not only does the team need a quick, physical break, but a time-out can slow down the forward momentum of the opposing team, and possibly contribute to a victory. A successful relationship requires frequent "time-outs"! I like that!
When was your last "time-out" with God? Just a few minutes at the beginning of each day to slow down, feed on His Word, listen for His voice, and plan is life-changing. A time-out from the hustle and bustle of our daily routine makes all the difference. If life seems to be rushing forward like a runaway train...take a time-out! It really does help. Spend time with Him. Search through His Word. Listen to what He is saying. Reflect on yesterday (some), think about today, and plan for tomorrow. But don't wait too long. Because life will roll on by before you know it!
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