And There Was Morning …
The Bible frequently uses the morning to evoke the idea of recurrence. The place of the morning in a day is paramount because it can become the starting point for many good habits.
Here are a few passages from the Bible regarding the morning:
- “And the priest shall burn wood on it every morning…” (Leviticus 6:12)
- “And they burn to the Lord every morning…” (2 Chronicles 13:11)
- “For morning by morning it will pass over…” (Isaiah 28:19)
- “Bring your sacrifices every morning…” (Amos 4:4)
- “Every morning He brings His justice to light…” (Zephaniah 3:5)
Every morning offers the opportunity to practice a good habit.
If you don’t find the time in your very full days, you can, for example, wake up an hour or half an hour earlier to:
- Take the time to take care of myself.
- Take time with God and read my Bible.
- Plan out my day and avoid the stress of the last minute.
- Write down my expectations for my day/week and start on a positive note.
- Start working on what I usually always put off, to free my day of a task that I dread (answering those emails, starting that algebra homework, cleaning the bathroom…)
Today, know that the time you give to God, particularly at the beginning of your day, isn’t lost time. It will be hugely beneficial for the rest of your day. You’ll have taken time to be renewed and receive what you needed: peace, assurance, joy, trust, strength, etc.
Make each morning the best asset of your day!
Thanks for existing!
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