Prioritize Your Well-being

Are you bombarded with conflicting ideas and values derived from entertainment, social media or news that leaves you confused and uncertain about how to live your life in a way that honors God? If so, have you paused to realize the impact these entities may have on your mental well-being?

In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will make straight your paths.

– Proverbs 3:6 ESV

Attempting to prioritize your mental well-being in a chaotic world with values that can run cross-grain against the Bible can leave you confused and uncertain about how to live your life in a way that honors God. When you accept Christ as your Savior, you are called to live a life that encompasses your physical, intellectual, emotional and spiritual well-being. Filling your life with godly wisdom and positive thinking aligned with the Bible can shield you from some of the world’s chaos.

A believer’s ultimate goal in this complex world is to glorify God in all you do and to love others as yourself (Matthew 22:36-40). Implementing these two actions into your daily life takes effort to make disciplined decisions and align yourself with God’s Word.

Aligning yourself with the Bible begins to help fortify the peace and understanding God designed for you.

Your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit (I Corinthians 6:19-20). God cares about every aspect of your life. The Bible contains promises and principles to help you find relief and live an abundant life even when chaos surrounds you.

In these days and times, you need to prioritize your mental well-being and seek help if you’re struggling with any mental health concerns. God loves you, and He wants you to thrive with critical thinking aligned with His Word so you can navigate the complexities of this world with confidence and purpose.

Today’s One Thing

Today, set your phone alarm for every three hours. When your alarm goes off, praise God for His protection and provisions.

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