How Do You Live for God Everyday Without Struggling?

You will guard him and keep him in perfect and constant peace whose mind [both its inclination and its character] is stayed on You, because he commits himself to You, leans on You, and hopes confidently in You.

Isaiah 26:3 (AMPC)

In these last days, if you don’t know who you are, the world will drown you, and you will lose yourself.

If Jesus wasn’t outspoken, they would have oppressed him.

He had to keep reminding himself who he was. He spoke out boldly about who He was and maintained a consciousness of fulfilling what the Father had sent Him to do.

You have received this same spirit of Christ, so this is how you should live your life.

As you go about your daily activities, God wants you to have a consciousness of Him.

He also wants the kingdom business to be on your mind. 

And God’s business is not restricted to service in church or full-time ministry.

Wherever you are is your constituency, whether you’re a worker, businessperson, or student.

Jesus said, “Go into all the world” (Mark 16:15). The word “world” there simply means a gathering of people with similar characteristics.

So it can be the fashion industry or your faculty at the university. It can be a social media platform or the professional body you belong to.

It doesn’t matter where you are; go on with the kingdom business of turning people to Christ.

Don’t lose yourself in your daily activities; also, let the decisions you make be based on your consciousness of God.

Don’t make decisions the way the world makes them; there is someone you listen to on your inside.

He is the embodiment of all knowledge and wisdom.

He also wants you to have the consciousness that He takes care of you as your father.

To become God-conscious is to keep your mind on Him. To achieve this in a world of so many distractions, you must allow His word to fill you consistently.

The more His word dwells in you richly, the more conscious of Him you become.

This is keeping your mind on the matter.

(Colossians 3:16. Matthew 6:33. Philippians 2:13)

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