Who’s Inhabiting Your Atmosphere?

Spiritual Warfare

Part 13

But thou art holy, O thou that inhabitest the praises of Israel. (Psalms 22:3 KJV)


Atmosphere Created by You.

Atmosphere Created by You.

Have you ever noticed when you complain about one small thing, it starts that proverbial snowball of complaints? Before you can say snowman, it has accumulated a myriad of troubles and everything that’s wrong in the world.

I’ve been working on my complaint factor. In the process, I’ve discovered the opposite also exists. When I find positive things to talk about, the conversation blossoms into a delightful garden I want to return to often.

As with winter and summer, atmosphere determines the climate of our existence. We have the power to create atmosphere within …

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Next Week:

Prepare by reading, pondering, and pray about James 4:1-10.

See you in a twinkling,

Brenda K. Hendricks

4 thoughts on “Who’s Inhabiting Your Atmosphere?

  1. Love this post. Spiritual warfare surrounds us and yet most people don’t have a clue what it is, how it works or how to identify it.
    I’ve written about spiritual warfare before as well but it can never be addressed our discussed enough!


    • Kenzel,
      Thank you for the encouragement. You are so right about many people’s view of spiritual warfare. Many don’t want to recognize it, or refuse to face it, let alone know how it works or how to identify it. I guess the best we can do is pray that the churches eyes will be opened.

      Blessings back atcha.
      See you in a twinkling,

  2. I know I’m a little behind in reading. I really like this. Now I need to remember what to do when I start complaining.

    Such a bad habit. Thanks for sharing.


    • Hi Doris, Good to hear from you. Complaining is a bad habit for sure and so easy to get caught up in. I really have to fight this battle and remember to praise God instead.
      Thanks for reading and taking time to comment.
      See you in a twinkling,

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