It easy to assume that since we have accepted a life with Christ that everything should be perfect. After all He is perfect and “every good and perfect thing comes from the Father” (James 1:17). Sometimes praising God is effortless, but often it is a sacrifice.
190 years ago, a French lawyer and politician named Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin penned these words: “Tell me what you eat and I will tell you what you are.” And medical experts, nutritionists and Mom’s and Dad’s everywhere have been saying it ever since.
Imagine this: It’s Monday. You have an early start at work due to an ongoing project that didn’t get finished last week, even though your boss made it clear it was to be completed by Friday before going home for the weekend. Not a great day.
I have a few questions for you. You don’t have to answer them out loud… but you do have to be honest: