This is one of the most important acts of worship I do as a Christ follower.
Carving out time for God is a deliberate act of worship that results in a marked difference in our character and behavior.
Carving out time for God is a deliberate act of worship. CLICK HERE TO TWEET THIS
When I look for successful people I look for several things.
I look to see how they perform under pressure. Do they loose their temper easily or remain composed?
I look at their demeanor for signs of internal peace or turmoil. If you really look you can tell if things are running smoothly for a person internally or not. I often look for welcoming facial expressions and tone.
Do you know that Jesus was always cool, calm and collected?
That’s who I want to be like in all of my dealings with people.
I want to come across as welcoming, relaxed and at ease in any given situation.
Not only do I want to appear that way to others, I truly want to become that from the inside out.
I’ve concluded that Jesus’s ability to do this was directly connected to the time he spent in the presence of God.
That kind of internal peace can only come from deliberate ongoing time spent with God.
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