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Hit the “Reset” Button

Good Day family!! Have you ever had one of those days where you either wish you could restart or in this case hit the reset button or you get the opportunity and you reset? Ive had my share of days like that, most recent was yesterday 4/27/2020. I’m not here to dwell on my day, however here are a few points I learned:


1. Resets dont just appear that day. They build up, either rather subtle or blaring like a car horn.


2. You have a decision to either accept how your day starts or hit the reset button.

3. Prayer and some good praise and worship music are just amazing.

4. Crying and talking to God in the realest way is good. It’s such a release.

5. The Holy Spirit will comfort you while also show you how to get back on track. That was my fave part of my reset!!

6. Reading your Bible, allowing the word to minister to you is needed and essential the the life of the believer, get this EVERYDAY!! Trying to go a day without the Word of God is like trying to drive 30 miles with your gas tank on “E”. You will move, but you won’t get far.


7. Words of encouragement from fellow brothers and sisters in Christ are amazing. You can be yourself, confess some hard areas, and have a great sounding board.

Ladies and gentlemen heres reality and no matter how good or bad you think you are trust the Bible. Jesus said, “These things I have spoken to you, so that in Me you may have shalom. In the world you will have trouble, but take heart! I have overcome the world!”

‭‭John‬ ‭16:33‬ ‭TLV‬‬


Resets are apart of life!! Chose to reset because of not it lends itself for a crappy day!! If the days starts of weird, chaotic, or just horrible, do not accept it. I’ve learned that when my morning start wrong it can only go up. That encourages me. I go with it and with a good cry and reset, it does every single time. Peace in Jesus and Trouble living in this world, equals being and living an OVERCOMER life in Christ!!!

RESET!!

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