Joseph James Breunig 3rd
Poem: The God Habit
Praising the Lord, on each and every Sabbath,
is a small piece of practicing “the God Habit”.
For one of the best ways for healthy livin’,
is using the brain, that you’ve been given.
Know that thoughts always precede your actions;
idle words leak power and create distractions.
Where the mind goes, the Man always follows;
is it better to walk in the Light or in shadows?
Commune with the Spirit to avoid fleshly lusts;
demonstrate that in Him, you really do trust.
Real success and fellowship is possible in life,
when you are in a sacred relationship with Christ.
Prevent the daily repetition of earthly mistakes;
Don’t be attached to this world - pull up your stakes.
To overcome evil with good choices and decisions,
you must lift up your spiritual eyes and envision…
how you are loved, with regards to His crucifixion!
Embrace this Truth and His supernatural convictions.
With our blessed Lord, one must spend quality time,
to insure the eternal hope of… walking the Godly line.
Loosely based on:
Rom 8: 5,12: 21; Gal 5: 16; Col 3: 1-2; 2 Cor 10: 4-5;
Prov 18: 20-21; 2 Tim 2: 16
By Joseph J. Breunig 3rd, © 2013, All rights reserved.
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