There Are Some Good Habits
By far Summer season loud as my favorite. I love the long days where we all can put set aside some daily habits without feeling too much remorse. The longer days allow us all the time to take “the scenic route” revive our and refresh our enthusiasm for life and work.
However, summer can also be a challenging time of bending too far our good habits. Certain are good. They increase our efficiency and ensure that pertinent things get done.
We sometimes hear legitimate warnings about allowing solid structure to turn into ruts. However, scripture having set times for certain things is good. King David expressed mornings were the perfect time for him to praise God and ask for His direction. And Daniel would pray three times every day. For Daniel, even the real threat of death wouldn’t his routine. So as we enjoy the long carefree days of summer, we must not become careless about spending time with God. Savoring spiritual sustenance is a habit for all seasons.
But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint. — Isaiah 40:31
Please share how you fit in a few extra enjoyments during summer, without taking your focus from God. Your word could very well help inspire another.
See you next Sunday,