Commit Your Life to More

“May the Lord make your love increase and overflow for each other and for everyone else, just as ours does for you.”

– 1 Thessalonians 3:12

I shared yesterday that one of the easiest ways to slow down your life is to create new experiences in your memory. The introduction of a new book, a new idea, a new friend, or even a new haircut can all be considered new. You will notice that the passage of time in your memory slows as soon as you do something new. Whenever you embrace new activities, whenever you make a commitment to do more, to become more, and to do more for God, you will discover that your life gets bigger, and guess what? Your life gets longer in terms of how you are able to enjoy it as well. It’s as if your life slows down in exactly the way that you want it to.

My encouragement to you is to do and be as much as possible! Make a difference in as many lives as you can. Today, pray for as many people as you can. Donate, earn, and make friends as much as you can. Don’t hesitate to read and study a lot. Be as creative as you can. Most importantly, grow as much as possible. Staying on the narrow road will change the course of your life for the better. 

Friend, today, I’d like to pray for you! Father, we ask in Jesus’ name that we commit our lives to more, to greater things than we have experienced before. Our prayer is that You will bring us back to life and keep us on the narrow path. Please surround me with the right kind of friends. Lord, we love you and we thank you. Amen, we pray in Jesus’ name.


Father, please help me make a difference in as many lives as possible!


Have you committed yourself to doing more for God?

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2 Responses

  1. I think you maybe right about writing a book I started back in the beginning of 2000, but was continually interrupted every time I started writing? Now you have brought it back to my attention, The problem is that it’s in my old computer, with windows 98 on it? I will have to fix it or take out the hard drive. Nevertheless, I thought that windows 98 was the best, and I would rather get that one back up and running. Thanks Bobby, that’s a really good idea.

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