Connect With God

God wants us to seek Him and connect with Him, so that He can bless us with wisdom and guidance, and for Him to be able to do that, we have to choose to do it out of our own free will. When you go to God daily and connect with Him through spending time with Him in prayer, reading, writing, and listening to His Word, you will become stronger, and it will be easier to be happy and avoid depression.

In a world where we’re daily bombarded with negativity, discouragement, and lies, we need daily to fill our mind with God’s Truth, Word, positivity, and encouragement. When we go to God and listen to Him, we get strength, a strength that gives us the ability to go out in the world and be a positive, motivational, encouraging person for other people who need it.

If we’re not strong in our relationship with God and get our strength from Him, we will be easily affected by other people’s negativity. Listen daily to sermons online, read and write scriptures, and you will see that this will give you a good daily foundation that you don’t want to live without. Choose to spend time daily with God, and you will see depression, unhappiness, and negativity disappear day by day.


Stop Making Excuses

Stop making excuses for why you’re not spending time with God or why you can’t help others. Busyness is not a valid excuse for us not to do our deeds; busyness doesn’t make up for responsibility. Busyness is not a valid excuse for not spending time with God; if you don’t have the time, then make the time. Even when you are busy spending time on God by doing work for Him, you should get some daily personal time with Him so that you can be a better help for other people when you’re out.

Many people think that God should spend time on them, helping them and working miracles in their lives, but are not willing to spend their time on God. What if God didn’t have time for you?

Start prioritizing right, and you will see miracles in your life as your heavenly account fills up through good works.


Don’t work God into your schedule, but work your schedule around God.








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