Merriam-Webster describes Habit this way: an acquired mode of behavior that has become nearly or completely involuntary. a behavior pattern acquired by frequent repetition or physiologic exposure that shows itself in regularity or increased facility of performance. Macmillan Dictionary says this: something that you do ….
Day: February 12, 2022
Within this compact book, How to Be Filled With the Holy Spirit, A.W.Tozer is direct in explaining why we need the Holy Spirit. He is straight and to the point with asking the reader up front, \” Do you really want to be filled?\” He ….
Exasperated is sometimes confused with Exacerbate.Let\’s look at this before I go any further. Exacerbate is used when describing a situation and refers to making an already bad situation worse. Exasperate refers to the emotional state of a person. So here I go. Welcome to Western ….
Dear Heavenly Father, I come before you today. To thank you for this brand-new day. I sit in the early morning with my coffee having quiet time with you. Your new day sunrise is overtaking the darkness and waking your creation. Thank you Abba, for ….
Have you said or heard someone say \” Lesson Learned\”? We can all learn something from our past and present trials, seasons of difficulties, and storms. Sometimes it\’s difficult to see what we learn while the season is happening. Then, as the storm clouds move ….
Enthusiasm: \”The word enthusiasm is derived from two little Greek words, en and theos, with theos being the Greek word for God. So \”enthusiasm\” literally means, in its root concept, \”full of God.\” Maybe that’s why enthusiastic people are so often creative and joyful!\” An ….