“I’m learning to rely on what God has to say about life and not what my feelings or thoughts would suggest since I’m not perfect.” ~ Jon Barnes
We all need a little motivational candy to mentally feed our heart and will to do the right things in life and God gives us plenty of examples of what that motivational candy is. The more you eat, digest, learn and use this biblical motivational candy, you will live with the biggest smile on your face, with amazing love in your heart. Even when people say hurtful things about you, smile and think warm loving thoughts.
You will become spiritual eye candy for others to follow God and this will help to improve and promote good feelings in others. Negative feelings and thoughts are a distraction and usually prevents you from focusing on the truth in justice, love, and wisdom. People who focus on God’s truth will find the candy they need for inspiration and motivation, which will drive true feelings of joy, peace, love, and happiness, in all circumstances.
There will be times when you need to draw upon your personal stash of eye candy from God to lift your own spirits from daily challenges and situations. Keep smiling, because negative stuff is only for a moment. The more you relax and laughs at the devil, the quicker he will flee. Your smile in God should be permanent, genuine, and atomic.
Does your laughter with God blow up all the negative stuff that surrounds you?
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2 Chronicles 27
Jotham Rules in Judah
27 Jotham was twenty-five years old when he became king, and he reigned in Jerusalem sixteen years. His mother was Jerusha, the daughter of Zadok.
2 Jotham did what was pleasing in the Lord’s sight. He did everything his father, Uzziah, had done, except that Jotham did not sin by entering the Temple of the Lord. But the people continued in their corrupt ways.
3 Jotham rebuilt the upper gate of the Temple of the Lord. He also did extensive rebuilding on the wall at the hill of Ophel. 4 He built towns in the hill country of Judah and constructed fortresses and towers in the wooded areas. 5 Jotham went to war against the Ammonites and conquered them. Over the next three years he received from them an annual tribute of 7,500 pounds[a] of silver, 50,000 bushels of wheat, and 50,000 bushels of barley.[b]
6 King Jotham became powerful because he was careful to live in obedience to the Lord his God.
7 The rest of the events of Jotham’s reign, including all his wars and other activities, are recorded in The Book of the Kings of Israel and Judah. 8 He was twenty-five years old when he became king, and he reigned in Jerusalem sixteen years. 9 When Jotham died, he was buried in the City of David. And his son Ahaz became the next king.