At the end of the day

At the end of the day, it is important to find the time to relax, to rest and unwind. To take stock.
At the end of the day, to go through a spiritual cleansing process – breaking down any body, soul, spirit ties which are unrighteous or ungodly.
This is important because we have touched others all through the day (maybe not physically – but emotionally, mentally, spiritually) and sometimes things which we may not quite understand, cling onto us and give a bit of grief. They can play mind games with us, and we may have no idea why.
Another part of the spiritual cleansing is just to give over the day to God – to ask forgiveness for anything not in accordance with his will. (This can include anything from a bad attitude or judgement we may have made about others, or a biggie such as murder, lying, etc, etc).
To release others from the judgements we may have made over them … sometimes we might have done this not realising what we have said to them, or about them.
Its important to bless and not curse – and at times where they have judged us – what I do is ask for those judgements to instead become blessings for that person.
Sometimes we will get weighed down by the judgements others have made over us, and by asking God to lift those off can allow the most peaceful sleep on the planet.
To give a day to God, and thank Him for all that has happened through that day is acknowledging that He is greater than we are, and that He is in control.
It is a choice, but is it really an option?

Spiritual cleansing doesn’t stop here, but here is where I will stop. (for tonight!)

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2 Responses to At the end of the day

  1. “…ask for those judgements to instead become blessings for that person.” I love this! I’m going to steal that one! 🙂

    • fantailnz says:

      Honestly, it does work. When we bless others we are also blessed as a result. I guess Jesus didn’t make that comment in the Bible for nothing, “Bless those who curse you”. Its not easy, but it can be done!

      Sometimes when I walk to work I pray that prayer – as well, and I know God is always with me as I go into the rather interesting situation. I never quite know what I will have to face.

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