Your Spiritual Life Broadcast Weekly
FACING WALLS PART 2:
Keeping God's Laws
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If we want the blockage moved from before us, we must obey the commandments of God as best as we can. And, if for some reason we fall short, we should allow the Holy Spirit to convict us, we should then repent and demonstrate that repentance with our actions; which is showing the fruit of repentance.
This will show God that we truly love Him and that we need Christ’s to intervene on our behalf.
John 14: 21 “Whoever has my commands and keeps them is the one who loves me. The one who loves me will be loved by my Father, and I too will love them and show myself to them."
Life Experience Exercise:
(Complete each of the following within this week)
1. This is a hard but necessary assignment. Do it with sincerity and conviction.
2. Which one of the Commandments have you broken recently?
3. What do you plan to do about it?
As it relates to God
As it relates to Christ
As it relates to anyone that is involved or affected by your actions
4. How would you show “the fruit of repentance”?
Diet: Why the Nutrition Facts Label Is Important
Don't sugar-coat it. Sugars add calories with few, if any, nutrients. Look for foods and beverages low in added sugars. Read the ingredient list and make sure that added sugars are not one of the first few ingredients. Some names for added sugars include sucrose, glucose, high-fructose corn syrup, corn syrup, maple syrup, and fructose.
Know your fats. Look for foods low in saturated fats, trans fats, and cholesterol to help reduce the risk of heart disease (5% DV or less is low, 20% DV or more is high). Keep total fat intake between 20% to 35% of calories.
Reduce sodium (salt), increase potassium. Research shows that eating less than 2,300 milligrams of sodium (about one teaspoon of salt) per day might reduce the risk of high blood pressure. Most of the sodium people eat comes from processed foods, not from the salt shaker. Also, look for foods high in potassium (tomatoes, bananas, potatoes, and orange juice), which cancels out some of sodium's effects on blood pressure.