We all have habits, but how do you differentiate whether your habit is good or bad?

There are certain things that come natural to us because of consistent practice.  In the case of my life, I have a habit of waking up before my alarm goes off because of habit.

It is important to get up and start your day, but there is a more important habit you should pick up as a leader.  In our Wednesday meditation, let’s discuss the one habit you should pick up.

As leaders, daily we have find a way to say these words, “LORD, I trust you.”

You have heard me explain in many of my blogs the significance of balance in your spiritual, personal, and professional life.  One way to receive this balance is by developing the daily habit of saying, “LORD, I trust you.”

The LORD wants us to reflect on how many times he has brought us through the many challenges of life.

What challenges has He brought you through in your life?  He wants us to know that he is “I AM.”

These are two small words, but they carry a ton of weight.  “I AM” is a covenant name the children of Israel used to describe God because He was everything to them.

When Moses was attempting to bring the children of Israel out of bondage, He told Moses the following:

“God said to Moses, “I AM WHO I AM.  The is what you are to say to the Israelites: ‘I AM has set me to you.”  - Exodus 3:14

God will change your perspective when you develop a daily habit of saying, “LORD, I trust you.”  If you already have a great perspective, the God we serve will make it even better.  No matter where you are in life, we all God benefit from being better.

So, don’t fear or hope less when you are going through tough challenges.  Just talk you the Creator and Sustainer of all things and say, “LORD, I trust you.”  He will give you insight.

When you attempting to make this a daily habit, just remember habits come from consistent practice.  In other words, you may have difficulties saying these words initially or you think it tough to believe these words.

The key to living in the prosperity you are searching for is saying, believing, and living the words of “LORD, I trust you.”

Say, believe, and live these words daily with a heart of sincerity and watch the presence of God bring you many opportunities.

“Where can I go from your Spirit?  Where can I flee from your presence?  If you go unto the heavens, you are there; if I make my bed in the depths, you are there.  If I rise on the wings the dawn, if I settle on the far side of the sea, even there your hand will guide me, your right hand will hold me fast.”  - Psalm 139:7-10

Question: Do you have a habit that helps you as a leader?  If so, what habit or habits have helped you?

Peace and Prosperity,

Bryant Hall

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