The Challenge of Early Mornings

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“But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well.”  Matthew 6:33

Today, Tommy challenges us to begin each day with God.  As busy moms, it’s easy to want to sleep until our children wake us up in the morning. However, waking to the demands of the day is no way to optimize our joy.  To have a joy-filled day, we need to schedule our first minutes with our Heavenly Father.

We have access to the all-knowing, all-powerful Creator of the universe!

Wake up at least 15 minutes earlier each day for your Early Morning Joy Ritual. What can you do in that time to prepare yourself mentally and spiritually?

1. Saturate your mind with Scripture.
2. Develop a prayer routine.
3. Review your personal mission statement, goals, and priorities.
4. Be still and remind yourself that God is in control.
5. Take time every day to re-surrender every area of your life to Him.
6. Contemplate the size and scope of God. Remind yourself that any problem
is small compared to your Heavenly Father.

When we fill our hearts and minds with Scripture first thing in the morning and refocus our hearts on God’s purpose for our lives, we are in the best position to love and guide our family with joy.

Blessings and love,
Jennifer

JOY – FILLED IDEA

  • Get up for your children instead of to your children in the mornings. Set your
    alarm clock to wake up before your children—it’s worth it!

MOM TIP

  • Create a quiet time basket that has everything you need for your time with God. Gather your Bible, journal, devotional, Bonus Joy Builders, music, and anything else that will help you create a joyful start to your day.
Jennifer Valdois

Jennifer Valdois

Jennifer has been married to Todd, the love of her life, since 1999.They have a lovely daughter and two adventurous sons. She found her purpose, calling, greatest challenge and greatest joy when she began home-schooling them in 2012.

Jennifer is a Colorado Springs native and each year,looks forward to summer time when she experiments with vegetable gardening and escapes to the Rocky Mountains for camping trips with her family.

She is trusting Jesus to redeem her life and crown her with love and compassion as He promises in Psalm 103:2-5.
Jennifer Valdois

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3 Comments on “The Challenge of Early Mornings”

  1. Good word – “When we fill our hearts and minds with Scripture first thing in the morning and refocus our hearts on God’s purpose for our lives, we are in the best position to love and guide our family with joy.,” This is so true. Thanks Jennifer!

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