Early in the morning . . . Jesus got up, left the house
and went off to a solitary place, where he prayed.
Before you face your day face your Father.
If your goal is to get through this day getting things done, the first item on your schedule should be to plug into the Father’s power and get your battery charged.
God can bend time in your favor; you’ll get more done in less time if you first spend time with him. And you will avoid wasting time, for time spent with him will give you a clear-eyed focus on what’s important and what isn’t.
Martin Luther allegedly said: “I am so busy that if I did not spend two or three hours each day in prayer I could not get thru the day.”
You’re not too busy to pray;
you’re too busy not to pray.