What To Do When Having A Bad Day
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By Terry Rush
I’ll admit that to address such a topic is rather fundamental. The simple part of acknowledgement isn’t the challenge. No, the tough stuff is applying what truth we know when our experiences do their best to persuade each of us that “this one stressful moment” is hopeless.
What basic word breaks the circumference of a bad day?
I know. The general populace knows to believe; yet, it wants to know what to “do”. The doing is located within the framework of believing. It all begins with that one basic application. To believe is to be set in motion; to take action.
No faith? No action. Simply mounting frustration.
Approaching bad days without the belief system activated is to run ragged within circles of getting nowhere. Belief hopes and waits…and waits in hope. What is remarkable is that faith…works.
I know…I know for I try a myriad of other options. Some even bring temporary relief. But faith works. The Bible says it does and experiences confirm it. When having a bad day, transcend anxiety into certain hope…the kind that can raise the Son of God from his grave…and you from the troubles that wish to bury you.