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Archive for January 17th, 2019

Rhythms of Life

Statistically, this is when well-intended resolutions or new habits begin to crumble.

It is now the third week of the new year.

Have you lost your motivation? Slipped up along the way? Found your weakness to be stronger than your strength?

It can be so very frustrating, so very discouraging when we are weak, when we do not live up to the goals we have set for ourselves. We can even interpret such as character flaws, or outright personal failures. For some, the consequence of such can be self-damaging, if we have put far greater value in our goals than, perhaps, we should.

2 Corinthians 4:16 tells us:

“Though our outward man perish,
our inward man is renewed day by day”

Our human existence is all about the rhythms of life that bring us renewal. We have seasons of life, seasons of the year and even each of our days contains the rhythm of awake and sleep. These natural rhythms provide for us time of renewal, refreshment as well as opportunity to reestablish our personal goals, hopes and desires for change … both inward and outward.

Tomorrow is a new day, a fresh start, a chance to try again.

Keep moving forward. Don’t get stuck on momentary struggles.

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