Jesus went up on the mountain, and there sat down with his disciples. John 6:3.
The hot spot or the Mountain of discipline is a challenge. It’s not easy to find the right path, but it’s worth the effort. To connect to better internet, you look for an excellent Hot spot. Growing deeper and stronger is related to climbing the mountain of discipline. The better hot spot you get, the faster it is to browse. The more you are connected to God spiritually, the quicker it brings you closer and closer to your goal, even when you can’t clearly see the progress.
De philosopher DJ once said, “The way people are searching for Wi-Fi and hotspot to connect. Should be the same way they want to connect to God spiritually. When you are connected to God, everything is easy, effortless, worry-free, faster, and you get bundles of joy.”
The discipline in the word of God, your prayer life and daily trust in him is a healthy combination of the force in the process of making life to enjoy the abundant. Connecting daily with God is what makes the success and world system work, and propels you forward. The more you connect with God spiritually, the quicker you come to know how much he loves you.
“One painful duty fulfilled makes the next plainer and easier.” Hellen Keller. The discipline is painful, but it turns every dream that is locked inside into reality. The bible says, “Our fathers disciplined us for a short time as they thought best, but God disciplines us for our good, so that we may share in His holiness. No discipline seems enjoyable at the time, but painful. Later on, however, it yields a peaceful harvest of righteousness to those who have been trained by it.” Hebrew 12:10-11
1. Thank you, Lord, for the blessing of your word.
2. Lord, I commit my Children into your hand, let every agent paid to attack them with the unfaithful or negative word at home, church or school soon, receive Your arrows and die before time in Jesus name
3. Let Your fruitfulness, peace, joy, mercy, favor, and honor be exceedingly abundant in my life henceforth in Jesus name.
4. Lord, May I enjoy you more than before in Jesus name