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Summary: The Lord made us in His image. But we’re not made well enough to make it very far without Him.

RECLAIMING YOUR MORNINGS FOR CHRIST

The Lord made us in His image. But we’re not made well enough to make it very far without Him.

Whether we’re acting out of arrogance, busyness or from an overwhelming zest for life too many times we charge into our days...

leaving the most important Person behind.

The challenge may be that we’ve taken control of our mornings.

A course adjustment is required.

We need to let the One who knows the way, lead the way.

When you reclaim your mornings for Christ:

You say “Good morning Lord” instead of “Good Lord, it’s morning.”

When you reclaim your mornings for Christ:

Your words no longer fall on deaf ears but they rise on eagles wings.

When you reclaim your mornings for Christ:

You no longer wander aimlessly but instead you follow faithfully

When you reclaim your mornings for Christ:

You no longer while away the hours, now you redeem the time for eternity.

When you reclaim your mornings for Christ:

You are no longer rejected like an orphan, but you are accepted as a son.

When you reclaim your mornings for Christ:

You no longer live in fear getting caught but you stare fear down by the power of

the cross.

When you reclaim your mornings for Christ:

You are no longer looked at with suspicion but you are called and then commissioned.

When you reclaim your mornings for Christ:

You are no longer satisfied with survival, you hunger for revival.

When you reclaim your mornings for Christ:

It’s no longer us and them, but it’s Jesus coming again.

It’s no longer who I am, but Whose I am.

It’s no longer where I’ve been, but where I’m going.

It’s not about who I know, but Who I follow.

It’s not about “Out of my way”, but it’s about, “Can I help you find theWay?”

Psalm 5 (quickview)  1 Give ear to my words, O LORD, consider my meditation.

2 Hearken unto the voice of my cry, my King, and my God: for unto thee will I pray.

3 My voice shalt thou hear in the morning, O LORD; in the morning will I direct my

prayer unto thee, and will look up.

When we lose the morning we lose the day.

When we lose the day, we forget to pray.

When we forget to pray, we lose the way.


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