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Marvelous Nights

Marvelous Nights

   Today we are exploring how to have marvelous nights.  Our evening habits can cultivate an atmosphere to receive from God while we sleep.  With our morning habits and daytime meditations, we try all day long to hear from God.  But sometimes, life just gets in the way.  Some days I am too busy, tired, or discouraged to expend all the energy it takes.  I just want to curl up, to go to sleep, and believe everything will be better when I wake up!  The Sleep Foundation says we need sleep to transfer memories from short-term to long-term memory.  Sleep improves...

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Marvelous Days

Marvelous Days

After yesterday we are on the road to marvelous mornings, but what about the rest of the day. In Luke 5:16 we see that one of Jesus's habits was to stop throughout the day to pray. Daniel prayed three times a day. And the author of Psalm 119 wrote, “Seven times a day I praise You.” If these great men had that kind of habit, then maybe it's one we should develop. If we start our morning with prayer and end our day with prayer, we are still one time short of Daniel and five times short of Psalms. It takes determination...

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Marvelous Mornings

Marvelous Mornings

We all have morning routines and habits that get us started every day. My mornings include coffee, but only after I drink a glass of water, now.  Yesterday we discovered some things about our marvelous brain and it's ability to form habits.  Our goal over the next 28 days is to establish a habit of hearing God in order to uncover more of the marvelous you. I started this journey by asking myself these question, "How do I discover that marvelous person God created?" and "What I need to do to become that person?" Out of curiosity, I did some...

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My Marvelous Brain

My Marvelous Brain

Amazing, marvelous brain! The first part of Psalms139:14 says " I thank you, God, for making me so mysteriously complex!"  Complex is right!  I don't even begin to understand the way our brains works. Dr. Caroline Leaf, a Christian neuroscientist are thoughts  this way:  "The thoughts we think grow branches on nerve cells in the brain. These nerve cells  which looks like trees. Scientists have therefore called these nerve cells ‘The Magic Trees of the Mind’ because they look like a forest of trees under the microscope. Our thoughts shape these ‘trees’. Our thoughts therefore determine what our brain becomes. Our ...

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Introduction to the Challenge

Introduction to the Challenge

Hello everyone  Just a quick note to tell you about something new I'm doing and that I'm excited about. 28 Day Writer Challenge  Are you as ready for winter to be over as I am?  Fridged cold has kept me home and inside most of the month. To help the time pass, I signed up for a writer's challenge. Here is how it works:  Write every day until you have posted 28 blog posts, whether that takes 28 days, 56 days or longer.  Recently, I have felt the Lord encouraging me to write every day, so this challenge is perfect...

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