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Align Our Life Priorities To God

Are you an early bird or a night owl? Are we able to lead a free yet disciplined life? Let’s hear the sharing of C-Mo:

“Do not love the world or anything in the world. If anyone loves the world, love for the Father is not in them.” (1 John 2:15) As we love the Father, we love everything of Him. If we love the world, we will be led by the world. We have a lot of desires, for example: through a mobile phone, we can surf online, watch movies and do online shopping etc. It is important to be careful not to let these things affect our sleep time. Do we go to bed early? The truth is, sleeping is the best way for the body to recover. Our body needs sleep to recuperate. If we always go to bed late, not only do we become listless, but our health will also be affected.

Being God’s people, we should set our life priorities accordingly. “Freedom brings self-control” is one of our church’s core values. We must hold our God-given identies in high esteem; we must be disciplined in time management, and improve the quantity and quality of sleep so that we can be refreshed in the morning, ready to receive the Word of God in morning devotion and work.

We confess our sins and repent, but it doesn’t just stop there. We must also change our life patterns. Be determined to change, otherwise, our confession will be in vain. Confession brings repentance which in turn births action. As a Tree of Life church, we are to encourage and remind each other. We are not to hide ourselves, but to speak the truth in love, encourage each other and walk as the sons of light: this is true fellowship.•[2020.10.11]

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