Michael's Daily Wisdom

Self-Control

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In our daily walks of life, we let distractions and temptations of this world consume us from our purpose. We do not control our feelings and bad behaviors and instead, we use them to help satisfy ourselves whenever we face reality. In Proverbs 25:28, tells us that “a man without self-control is like a city broken into and left without walls,” meaning if a man does not control his lustful desires and feelings, his body will be broken and the devil will take over him, leaving him vulnerable to do wicked things. All of us are guilty of allowing temptations in our lives and is up to us to eliminate them by engulfing ourselves to read God’s word daily, so our minds can be purified and protected.

As God’s people, we should exercise our self-control daily and ask God humbly to forgive us for our lustful thoughts and desires. Pray for forgiveness and ask God for a pure and clean heart. Once you pray that simple prayer in faith, you will be healed in Jesus name. So, my dear friends, what we need to do is exercise self-control and not allow distractions or temptations of this world to take away our purpose in life. If we are able to control our feelings and desires, God will bless us greatly.

Remember, God will bless you more abundantly!

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3 thoughts on “Self-Control

  1. Another very motivational topic. You go absolutely spot on, when you say, the distractions and temptations of the world consume us from our purpose. That Line just got to me enough to Inspire me. Just beautiful! Self-control also matters a lot during this teenage.

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