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Rev. Dr. Delesslyn A. Kennebrew, J.D., M.Div.

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#100PoundsOfExcuses: When Monday Becomes Thursday or any other Day of the Week

Posted on September 29, 2016 at 6:15 AM

BlogFam - 
On Monday, I posted this video.  You can watch it here and then keep reading because I have more to say...

I just wanted to add to my video ramblings that it really is hard to start over every week. When I recorded that video, it was Monday.  But Monday can be Thursday or Tuesday or Friday for that matter.  Monday can become any other day of the week that represents your new beginning.  I say that because while many will recommit themselves to a new diet and fitness regimen on a Monday morning, others recommit on the first day of the month or on the first day of a corporate fast or on so many days before their birthday or some other significant upcoming event.  When Monday becomes another day of the week, it really is OK because the main point is that you have gotten started, recommitted yourself to your health and wellness, albeit, again and again and again....  Celebrate the re-commitment no matter how many times this has been for you!

And please know that as I say this to you, I admit that I have "recommitted" myself to starting over on way too many Mondays, or Mondays that have been other days, to count.  You do not have to feel bad about that although we typically do.  We tend to start from a guilty mind space because we feel so bad about starting over yet AGAIN and it can crush our spirits before we even really get started...AGAIN.  But, my friends, I am reminded as I write these words that God's mercies are new EVERY morning.  GREAT is God's faithfulness!  If God's mercies are new EVERY morning then it matters not the Monday or the Monday that has become some other day of the week, focus on the NEW mercies of this NEW day.  And even if your desire is not weight release and you want to recommit to some other healthy or intellectually stimulating or spiritual growth practice that will help you to live a better life, then you, too, can focus on the NEW mercies.

Let the guilt go!
Let the guilt go! 
Let the guilt go!
And start over... AGAIN and AGAIN and AGAIN because the mercy of God will be NEW every morning you are graced with the breath of life.

Blessings, Glory, and Sunshine!!!

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