Thought of the day:
One of the most destructive diseases that has taken deep roots in humanity is called ‘stress’, an invisible enemy but which always strikes unexpectedly and powerfully, digging decadence in the mind and body of man.
Captive to our own customs, we are conditioned by the society we have made to keep our heads bowed to the challenges of life, attempts that later, lost in the sarabande of despair to catastrophize, irrationally quickly accepting the status of ‘docile subjects’ of A system of horrible wickedness.
But reading carefully the words of the Apostle Paul, we notice with surprise that the mentality of victors is present in each of us, even if the society in which we live is struggling to inoculate us with the idea of dependence on its dirty values; Thus capping us by all means both the mind but especially the fighting spirit.
‘Rejoice in the Lord always! I say again: Rejoice! ‘ The Apostle Paul therefore counseled us as his own children. (Philippians 4: 4)
In fact, it is only in our power to choose the paths of happiness or on the contrary those that will plunge us even more into trouble or trouble, because we have been endowed with the Godhead both willingly but especially with the wisdom necessary to choose a life in which to abound. Justice and righteousness (the true guarantors of eternal joy).
Remember: it is only up to us how we position ourselves towards the world; Fighting with all our might and energy to bring back to life the happiness and joy emanating from holiness or, on the contrary, to the contemporary sorrows generated by the unskilled zeal specific to the postmodern generation.
Wherever you are, choose to enjoy today God and the freedom He has given you as a gift! Choose to spend your short journey through life with a smile on your face and joy in your soul, because it is written:
“Cast out all trouble from your heart, and put away evil from your body; For youth and the dawn of life are fleeting. ‘ Ecclesiastes 11:10
Pastor Florin Antonie