Make It A Point To Enjoy The Little Things

Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things.

-Robert Brault-

When we are children, we can’t wait until we turn 16 so we can drive; then we can’t wait to turn 21 so we can be “legal.” As adults, we tend to dream about a time when things will be better than they are at the present moment.

Most of the time our days are filled with routine things, no matter our occupation. We grow so used to doing them that we think nothing of it and consider them boring, but necessary. Our mind seems to coast until we come to something we feel is important enough to demand our total concentration.

The trouble with this way of thinking is that God works in the small things as well as the big ones. He wants you to give your best to everything you do. When you start to develop this kind of attitude, you will find that everyday life is much more enjoyable.

You truly can enjoy the little things, because you know that God is working in them.

He desires your obedience, because you never know when He will use a little thing to become a big thing.

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This post written by Cathy Deaton.

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About Cathy Deaton

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My name is Cathy Deaton, Owner of Fan the Flame Ministries. God has radically changed my life, and He has shown me that I am to share the awesome things I am learning with the Millennial Generation (1981 – 1996), but I love connecting with Christians of all ages.  I have found that the Holy Spirit is an awesome teacher when I listen to, obey, and apply what He teaches to my life. You truly can make a difference for God in an uncertain world.

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