Every Sunday in Fit, Fyne & Fabulous we share a prayer to help guide us thru our week ahead. To remind us, that while being consistently healthy may appear hard, but ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE with HIM who is able to keep us from FAILING / FALLING! Amen divas? Please read today’s FFF Spiritual Moment below!
Welcome to our FFF Spiritual Moment by Coach Liz!
Are you putting what you learned into practice?
Ask yourself a couple of questions, “What have I learned?” “Am I using what I have learned?”
If you have been on the blog, if you were in the “Challenge”, if you were or have been in the DIVAhood for the past month…there is something that you learned that you can use daily.
We have to make that commitment to ourselves to be better at taking care of ourselves. And that starts with putting what you have learned into practice. Let’s put one foot forward and let the other come right behind you. Move forward and not backwards.
Ephesians 4:22 (NIV) You were taught, with regard to your former way of life, to put off your old self, which is being corrupted by its deceitful desires
Prayer – Father we give You all the praises and the glory! We magnify Your holy name. Father, Your word says we were taught, with regard to our former way of life, to put off our old self, which is being corrupted by its deceitful desires; to be made new in the attitude of our minds. In the Name of JESUS! Father we have been taught! Hallelujah! You word is truth! So, I pray that we be still and know that You are God. We have been equipped to change our attitudes. Help us to put our best in all that we do! Not only for ourselves but for Your Glory! Keep us covered and protected God as we continue this journey of healthy living. Help us to use the tools we have been given. We are women of strength! Thank You Lord! We can do all things thru Christ Jesus who strengthens us. In the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit! AMEN![bctt tweet=”We have to make that commitment to ourselves to be better at taking care of ourselves.” username=”FitFyneFabulous”]