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Christian Attitude Adjustment

Five or six days a week start off with the alarm clock sounding the opening of the starting gate. Coffee and/or breakfast to be made, showers to be taken, kids off to start their day, dress for work, morning commute, meetings, responsibilities and maybe if there is time, spending time with the family. Just where, in that schedule, do we fit time with God? Prayers are often prayed on the run, at traffic lights or on the way to meetings, but where is the time in Godís word? Too much time spent spent away from His word allows thoughts and feelings to crowd in that are not in agreement with His teaching. Our whole attitude begins to suffer affecting our relationship with our Heavenly Father and our earthly family and friends.

This is a 7 day plan for attitude adjustment. Remembering who we are and Who He is is the beginning of a Christian life. Read the Scripture and meditate on the thoughts for each day. It will take barely 15 minutes each day. After the week is finished, find a Bible study plan that requires study every day. Find one that can be done in 15 minutes if thatís all the time you can spare. You may discover that you can spare 30 minutes a day or more.

Place your Bible out in a convenient place along with the 7 Day Attitude Adjustment. Begin.

At the end of this week, my prayer is that you will want to spend more time in Godís word. It may require rising earlier in the morning, but it is well worth it.

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