As a child, you may have had the common experience of being reprimanded by an adult for the one thing that was not in place against the backdrop of everything else that was OK. For example, the one bucket that you didn’t put away, or the one unwashed plate left in the sink versus all the chores you did do. Mom comes home and without acknowledging any of your other efforts, focuses on that one thing undone. Or take for example a task or performance you did and you receive comments/feedback. If there is a comment amidst other great reviews, you would tend to get hung up on that one negative piece. You give a good presentation (for the most part) that is marred by a slip-up. When you’re done, what are you likely to fixate on - you slip-up right! 

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These days everyone has a cell phone. I am sure that it is accurate to say that no matter how long the battery life of your phone is, it will eventually “die”. On the average, most people charge their phone once daily and for some maybe every other day. If you live in a place where there is constant power supply, you probably have a specific time when you plug your phone to some power source. For those in areas of incessant power outage . . . well that is gist for another day.

Read more: Too Busy Not To Pray?

Consider a situation where you send some money to a friend in financial difficulty. You call them up to confirm that they received the money and they assure you that they did, but they don’t say anything to show that they are grateful  . . . nothing, no “thank you”. They go ahead and use the money and can you imagine that they actually send you a plea for more assistance. 

Now, I guarantee that you would not feel very favorably disposed towards them. Their audacity to ask for more when

Read more: Have You Said 'Thank You'?

Do not let your adornment be merely outward—arranging the hair, wearing gold, or putting on fine apparel— 4 rather let it be the hidden person of the heart, with the incorruptible beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is very precious in the sight of God.

1Peter 3:3-4

Let’s think on these three sentences:

1. There are many activities we engage in daily but not all of the activities we engage in actually counts or matters. In other words,

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