THE LIGHT SWITCH EFFECT

I can remember when my moods
had a major light switch effect. One day I was up and the next day, I was really down. My life had a major light switch effect. One day things were high up in the air and the next day chaos would bring it down. Better yet, allow me to say that I WOULD LET chaos bring it down. Allowing a light switch effect to rule your world will back you into a wall of misery. You won’t know what to do, when to do it, or how to do it! Not only will your moods tend to be up and down but you will be candidate for a life of confusion and frustration. We must set our minds on those things which are good. Philippians 4:8 (NIV) clearly states, “Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable–if anything is excellent or praiseworthy–think about such things.” Focusing on these things will cause our light switch to stay up and our lights to shine. Flock with people who has their switch up as well so that yours, too, can stay up and your light to remain shining. Don’t worry about the light bill – Jesus paid the price a long time ago when He died on the cross for us. He wants us to be happy. When we do go through tough times, He wants us to have faith in Him and still have joy. It takes having Jesus in our lives to keep our switch in the upward direction. Allow Jesus to help you control your switch. Be careful of those who try to tamper with your switch; they don’t pay your bill – Jesus did! Be Encouraged. (Written by S.L.M)

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Stacy L. Montgomery

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