Don’t neglect your prayer time. It is the breath of the soul (Lk. 18:1).
Don’t neglect your Bible. It is your sword for conquest, your hammer for construction, your guiding light for dreary days (Rev. 1:3).
Don’t neglect your body. It is the capital on which you are to do business for the rest of your life (1 Car. 6:19, 20).
Don’t neglect your mind. It is your channel for reaching up to the very thoughts of God (c£ Phil. 4:8).
Don’t neglect your laugh. The Bible teaches that A merry heart cloth good like a medicine” (Prov. 17:22).
Don’t neglect your reputation. It is the gold with which you will meet the demands of a complex civilization (Mt. 5:14-16).
Don’t neglect your influence. It will point other people to the living God whom you serve (Prov. 11:6).
Glad Tidings of Good Things
Vol. 9/January 15, 2004