January 22nd 2017 – Grumpy Mornings?

“I rise before dawn and cry for help; I have put my hope in your word” (Psalm 119:147)

Have you ever woke up grumpy, maybe upset with yourself for oversleeping. Then taking your frustration out on thoses around you.

If you have ever felt like that, or its a regular thing. Here is some great advice Charles Spurgeon a preacher from the 1800’s, he said, “It is a good rule never to look into the face of man in the morning until you have looked into the face of God.”

If you have trouble being kind to others in the morning, maybe the answer is to get up early enough to be alone with God. “Cry out for help” as the Psalmist put it.

Let the face of God be the first one you see. You may be surprised at how it changes the way you relate to other people throughout the day.

“You never are too busy to pray and seek God, it’s on those days we should spend extra time with the Lord”

Prayer:

Heavenly Father, Thank you for always being available for those who wish to meet and fellowship with You early in the morning. Your never grumpy because Your day is busy. Please forgive us when we are,  and don’t make the time fellowship with You. Help us be kind to others by first seeking You in the morning. Thank You Lord for your patience and love. May we seek forgiveness from those we may have hurt. In Jesus’ precious name. Amen.

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Rob Lavallee

Scriptural Seeds Ministries

http://www.scripturalseeds.org

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