Now Tuna with even the simplest but right ingredients, is absolutely divine! It's easy on the tongue and especially the nose if you're like me and not that fond of sea food. The trick is figuring out which ingredients work together well and repeating the pattern. Our relationship with God grows part by simple experiences that touch the heart and truths learnt in scripture that are applied in a consistent pattern.
For example: If you struggle with a bad temper it does nothing good for your health. In fact anger pushes up your blood pressure and puts stress on the heart. If we have an experience where we are on the brink of loosing our temper, but manage to stay under control by reminding ourselves of the word which says, “Be angry but don't sin,” we will learning the process to changed behaviour. In that instance we may be able to control our temper and the result will mean finding a calmer solution to the problem.
As we have success in that one instance we start the process of gaining victory over a bad temper. We need to remind ourselves however that this is a process and at first we are not going to get it right every time. We will slip up and make mistakes, but if we remember to ask God for forgiveness and repent, our heart will become more sensitive to the leading of the Holy Spirit.
Ask God today to show you the unique fit needed for your situation.
Posted By Ronwyn Hughes to GrowingwithGod by Ronwyn at 5/28/2013 09:53:00 PM
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