And I am a mess right now. I was a WoWaholic - addicted to World of Warcraft. I am an adult (or so I thought) and I am working. I have lots of free time and I started playing World of Warcraft towards the end of last year. Ever since then, my life changed for the worse. I'm not saying this game is evil. I'm just the type of person that easily gets influenced by others. I played for hours on end with friends I met online until I started to notice the effects it did on me: Health issue. Last year
Hello again, Lord. It has been an awfully confusing week. I had so much going on in my head that it hurt a lot. I haven't had a good sleep for quite some time until the day before yesterday. Thanks for reminding me yet again. Your Word has always been faithful and true, and it should really just be easy for me to understand. You've said it pretty clearly. You've already given me a way out of my confused and messed up brain.
"Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable,
#17 Thank You Lord for the strength to rise up every morning. I was really tired today but Your grace reminded me of how awesome this life is and more awesome is the life to come. When I am weak, then I am strong. Your Word is true.
The LORD is my strength and my shield; in Him my heart trusts, and I am helped; my heart exults, and with my song I give thanks to Him. - Psalm 28:7
And every morning will be a reminder to me that I'm getting closer to see Your glory. I will
#16 Lord thank You for the constant reminder of Your love that never fails. It’s the Cross! Thank You for the Cross!!! Because of the Cross, I know I am forgiven, I am blessed, I am loved, I am favoured!
Thank You for every song that reminds me of the Cross.
Thank You for every conversation that takes me to the calvary.
Thank You for taking all the persecution for my sake.
Thank You for taking the beating for my healing.
At the foot of the Cross,
#15 Lord, thank You for the book “The Power of Right Believing”. You know, Lord, that I am not a reader. I always fall asleep when I'm reading. It was Your strength that made me survive reading the whole bible. Hehe. But this book has not only reminded me, but imprinted in me the extreme beauty of Your grace. It's like I'm falling in love with You, all over again. It's like my eyes were slowly closing and You have opened them again.
Thank You for renewing my way of thinking and