Pr. 6:9: “How long will you slumber, O sluggard? When will you rise from your sleep?”
All I can do today is praise God!! Lord, I’m so thankful that today You have given me the provisions to not be a sluggard.
I am so grateful that by God’s grace I was able to wake up at the same time as my husband this morning. I was able to get ready for the day before my kids ever got out of bed. I was able to do Bible studies with both of them. I was able to get lunch in the crock pot, and make breakfast. And I still have the strength and energy for the rest of the day!
These things may not seem like a big deal to most people, but trust me…THIS IS HUGE!!!
While I have not been a sluggard by choice, I have still felt like one for quite some time. Illness has kept me from a normal, functional life for a long season, but on this day where I feel like I truly rose from my sleep, I am grateful. I am overwhelmingly grateful to be able to function!
Thank you, God, for Your provisions. Thank you for this wonderful opportunity to serve my family and teach my children more about You. Thank you for this chance to show my children what my idea of responsibility looks like. Thank you for this chance to invest more than just my existence into those that I love the most! Thank you that I was truly able to model the “we put God first” truth into my kids with our Bible studies this morning. Thank you for a clear mind that was not surrounded by fog.
God, I cannot stop praising You today for these gifts. I am grateful and do not take one single one of them for granted.
I don’t want to sound as though I’m only praising God for something good. He is worthy of my praise every day, but I would be remiss if I didn’t take this time to praise Him for something I’ve asked for in prayer for the past 4 years.
What an amazing gift I have been given today, and Lord I know its only by your grace that this has occurred. I praise Your Holy name and give You all of the glory!
All I can do today is praise You and send out this worship to others. You are worthy!
If any one of you reading this have found yourself being a sluggard by choice, I pray this praise report will inspire to do more while you’re able. Each day you have is truly a gift. Don’t take your abilities for granted. Rise up from your sleep, feed on God’s Word, and serve. You will never regret those choices. You will only regret it if you don’t.
Praising the Lord!