Enjoying The Moment

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Enjoying The Moment


As we all realize, so very much of life revolves around our perspective.

How we see things.
The decisions we make.
The way in which we process our past… and present.
And so much more!  

Having said the obvious, the design of this brief cluster of words revolves around ushering into your day a series of enjoyable moments.  

How?  By prompting your personalized decision to do so!   

Enjoying The Moment

Reflecting More…

Think in terms of minutes or even seconds and ask yourself several questions.  Questions such as: 

“What have I enjoyed in the past that could be brought to mind?”
“What around me has brought me moments of joy?”
“What aspect of the Lord’s working in my life immediately fills me with praise?”


Now, having reflected on those statements — or additional ideas, promptings, or thoughts that came your way as you reviewed them — let me ask: 

“How could you turn any of those into a way of creating:

Moments of joy for you…

Throughout your day today?!  


“Lord, I ask you to help me experience ‘enjoying the moment’ times throughout this day.  May I rejoice in you and what you bring to mind.  In Your Name I pray, Amen!” 

Your Takeaway For Today Is…

“My one positive, affirming, takeaway from this brief set of words is ____________.”

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Following about a three year search for God, Lee trusted Christ as Savior in 1967 as young Marine. He has served as an outreach pastor and a church planter. The Lord also led him to serve as the Director of Internships at Baptist Bible Seminary in Clarks Summit, PA where he served for over 20 years. Lee loves to write, has a strong desire to be a positive influence for Christ in our world, and is passionate about family. And speaking of family, he and his wife Sherry (who served as a Director of Elementary Education for many years and recently retired) praise the Lord for being married 44 years, their 3 daughters and son-laws, and 7 grandchildren! Lee and Sherry would say: "We've been abundantly blessed."