Habit definition –
a settled tendency or usual manner of behavior
a behavior pattern acquired by frequent repetition
We are in charge of our habits.
Habits don’t accidently happen,
even though we may not consciously
be aware we are making a habit.
Many times we find habits after the fact.
We think this is just the way I am.
Would I glorify God more without this behavior pattern?
Can I change this pattern?
“A nail is driven out by another nail;
habit is overcome by habit.”
Habits can be changed.
Only by replacing that habit with another habit
with frequent repetition.
‘. . . spending time each day with God–in His Word, in prayer, in reflection of His love and plans for –will make a tremendous positive difference in your life. . .”
What a habit this would be.
What power this habit would open up to us
What grace would be available for our needs
What Comfort and Love
we would be able to share with hurting souls.
God’s mercies are new every single day. Lamentations 3:20
God’s strength is provided for us each day to meet
the challenges of that particular day Deuteronomy 3:25
We are advised to put each of our days
in proper order Psalm 90:12
Jesus call us to follow Him daily Luke 9:23