Day 5 Be Ready in the Morning

The morning sacrifice

Read: Psalm 92 and Mark 1:35

Yeshua (Jesus) our chief example, made it a priority to meet with His Father before embarking on daily ministry.

Waking up early for prayer and worship may feel like a sacrifice but you will find that it is always worth it. Morning represents renewal. It is synonymous with hope. What does each new day represent for you? Will it be a repetition or a chance for renewal? Take the empowering first step each day into the dressing room of the King of Kings and be restored as you are reminded of your relationship and call. Be reminded of how valuable you are to His kingdom before you set out to build up and transform the lives of those who you will encounter from this place of being closer.

For the period in which you have committed to seek Yahweh’s (God’s) face, set your alarm for a time that ensures you will be quiet and available to hear your instructions for that day. How will your mornings begin? Start with gratitude for a new day and a fresh start.

Pray: A.C.T.S. – Adoration, Confession, Thanksgiving and Supplication

Write: Forgiveness is powerful reset principle. As we receive it, so we should give it. Is this the start of your “new day”? What does it hold for you?

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