Every decision you make will affect your life in some way—some more than others. We can’t decide our future, but we can determine our habits, and our habits will determine our future. One definition of a habit is a behavior pattern acquired by frequent repetition. We should develop good habits that push us in a positive direction because those habits will help us make better decisions. It all comes back to our habits. For example, do we have a habit of thinking soberly or do we just let our minds run out of control? Do we allow fear, paranoia, jealousy, envy, and covetousness to grip us? That’s the result of losing control and a lack of mental discipline. Another example: one of the leading causes of stress is procrastination, and that’s a bad habit to possess. So, if this is something you deal with, focus on getting things done and not waiting until the last minute to do it. We ought to learn to think on things that are good, true, and honest. It’s up to us, and no one else to select our habits. Why allow someone else to choose your future? There is a way that seems right to a man, but the end is death. Let’s choose to think the way God designed us to think. Let’s develop a practice of moving forward with our lives. You choose...
Just A Thought,
Published on Thursday, September 12, 2013 @ 9:26 PM MDT
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