Your Walk With God

Keeping Everything Organized, and How that Helps our Spiritual Life

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Hi everyone! Long time no see right? Well, let’s dive right into today’s topic.

Recently I made a change in my life. That change is keeping everything organized in my life (surprise, surprise!). This means, keeping my room clean, and I mean really clean. Not just stuffing everything that is on the floor into my closet. It also means keeping my desk clean, keeping my schedule organized (knowing what’s coming up ahead), and paying more attention to my schoolwork.

Now I know that this sounds intimidating, but it really isn’t. I have found that I feel so much better after I have done all this! There seems to be more room to breathe.

Now, all these things I have listed are all good in themselves, but how does it relate to my spiritual life? Well, I’m about to tell you. Now that you have everything under control, what’s stopping you from spending more time with God? Nothing!

So often we use the excuse, “I’m too busy.” Well not anymore! Also, we pray to God about our troubles a lot, and that’s good, but saying to God, “Please help me get an A on my test tomorrow,” without studying isn’t going to magically get you an A. Sure, prayer works, but God expects you to work hard on your responsibilities, and He will reward you if you do.

“Whatever you do, work heartily, as for the Lord and not for men, knowing that from the Lord you will receive the inheritance as your reward. You are serving the Lord Christ.” – Colossians 3:23-24

Whatever you do. It’s not just certain important things in your life, it’s whatever you do. Do every little small thing to the best of your ability for God, and you will be richly rewarded.

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Christian Songs, List

Christian Song List

Christian Song List

Looking for some good Christian music? Try these!

  • Hard Love – NEEDTOBREATHE ft. Lauren Daigle
  • Live it well – Switchfoot
  • Steady Me – Hollyn
  • City on a hill – Toby Mac
  • My Everything – Owl City
  • Through all of it – Colton Dixon
  • Even if – MercyMe
  • Chainbreaker  – Zach Williams
  • Ever Be – Aaron Shust
  • Priceless – For King and Country
  • Bulletproof – Citizen Way
  • When We Pray – Tauren Wells
  • First – Lauren Daigle
  • Come Alive (Dry Bones) – Lauren Daigle

I know those are a lot of songs, but I hope you’ll take the time to check them out. They’re really great. 😉 Have a nice day!

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Your Walk With God

Keeping God First in Your Life

Keeping God First in Your Life

Hi everyone! Today’s topic is keeping God first.

In today’s day in age, most everyone has a somewhat busy schedule. Sometimes it is hard to find time for God. However, we have to remember that God has to deal with all the problems of the universe, yet He still made time to send His Son to die for us. You might say, “Well He is God! He can do anything!” That is true, and that’s why we don’t have to deal with all the problems in the universe!!

To us, our problems and activities seem important. But when you take a look at the grand scheme of things, they are really just small unimportant things compared to God’s big plan. Now don’t misunderstand me. I’m not saying they are not important at all, it is just that there are many more important things that God has in His plan for you.

This might mean you have to give up some of the activities you do to make time for God. But not always. Just listen to what God has to say to you. And as always, keep God first in your life.

My grandmother once told me, “I don’t care how long you pray to God at night, just pray. Even if it is just a sentence. I don’t care how much you read your Bible at night, just read. Even if it is just a verse.” Now this certainly doesn’t mean that we should just read a verse or pray a quick sentence up to heaven all the time. But it does mean keep yourself in the Bible and pray to God every day.

I hope you girls enjoyed this! Have a wonderful day!



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