Seven Practices That Work for Me

1. Each morning I look at the sign over my bed that says “Good Morning. This is God. I will be handling all your problems today; I will not need your help. So, relax and enjoy the day.” It reminds me that I am his child whom he loves, regardless of what I have done or not done. Throughout my day, I go to him for reassurance when I’m feeling worried or deprived, asking for trust in my future, and a nudge when I’m puzzled as to what to do next. I pray not for things and people to change, but for me to change my reactions to them. And I thank him in advance of seeing the results.

Please log in or subscribe to get access to the full content of all articles, their recordings, and previous magazines.

Stan H., New York, USA

Total Views: 17|Daily Views: 2

Share This Story, Choose Your Platform!