Stay Connected

“Let the morning bring me word of your unfailing love.” Ps 143:8

There have been a lot of inventions, and innovations, during my life, but two of the most valuable to me have been the laptop and e-mail. The former means I don’t have to stay in one place to be productive in my business life. The latter, e-mail has allowed me to stay connected to people all around the world with the touch of a button. Stay in touch with God 

One of my biggest frustrations is when either of these does not work. Sometimes I can not access my e-mail due to a lack of a connection and sometimes I can’t use my laptop because it has not been properly charged. Both of these situations means I am unable to tap in to the resource that allows me to fulfill my calling in my work to the fullest. 

The morning time with God is much like these situations. God pours His Word into my spirit, and I am recharged. This recharging has an important effect on my day. It allows me the greatest opportunity to hear the voice that directs my my steps. If I refuse to get connected, I risk following my own ways of fulfilling the duties of my day. It sets forth the opportunity for God to speak into my spirit what He desires for me each day. It allows me to focus on God’s purposes, and not mine. 

The only way to know someone is to spend time with him or her. The only way to discern the voice of another is to hear that person’s voice enough to recognize it. David, the author of this psalm, was a warrior, a king, and a businessman. He understood this principle of connecting with God’s love, renew his trust in Him, and hear His directions for his life. Are we any better than David that we shouldn’t do the same?


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