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April 30th, 2012

How To Wake Up Properly In The Morning

Wake Up Properly In The Morning

“Early to bed, early to rise” – that’s a good adage for a healthy living. However what you do after you wake up is equally important for a healthy day. Some folks get up hurriedly and run right into the day’s busyness. Some others get up lazily and sit thinking on their beds for a while.

Whatever be your style, there are certain disciplines that could help you bring vitality into your mornings.

A. Thank God. This is one sure energizer for the mornings. It can be in the form of a song or statement. Thank God for the good things He did for you. Check out this passage from the Scriptures: “…I will sing aloud of Your mercy and loving-kindness in the morning…” (Psalm 59:16 AMP).

B. Visualize good stuff. What you think when you get up is important. Those who dwell on negative thoughts tend to do negative actions all through the day. Choose to think positive stuff. Visualize scriptural promises coming to pass in your life.

C. Sit up straight. There is power in the way you sit up. If you sit up lazily, that’s how you are going to act later that day. If you sit up straight, that creates an inner self-image in your mind about a healthy and ready ‘you’.

D. Stand up with purpose. When you get on your feet, you need to have a purpose (goal) to fulfill on that day. For this, it will be good to plan your day the previous night before you retire. The moment your feet touches the floor, know that your ‘mission’ starts now.

E. Act disciplined. The above four disciplines will help you create momentum. But to maintain and increase that momentum, do everything disciplined on that day right from the start. Reject mediocrity and half-hearted efforts. Throw yourself wholly into what you do.

Though it may seem hard in the beginning, with passion and practice, these five disciplines can be inculcated into one’s everyday life. And the result will be amazing. Have a great day!

– – – written by Joe Abraham from

April 29th, 2012

Fourth Anniversary And 3000th Post On TBTG

Fourth Anniversary And 3000th Post

Hi Friends, this is the 3000th post on this website and we also celebrate our fourth anniversary. TBTG was born in April 2008 and the good LORD blessed us in so many ways in all these 4 awesome years. We are really grateful to all of you for supporting us till this day and we are filled with gratitude when we write this 3000th article here on this website.

How We Got Here

You can see our gradual progress from that basic website to what we are now if you look at the following previous anniversary posts.

We started TBTG on April 3rd, 2008 with this post  – – The Prodigal Son turning back to GOD

First Anniversary of TBTG was celebrated in 2009  – – First Anniversary of TBTG

Second Anniversary of TBTG was celebrated in 2010  – – Second Anniversary of TBTG

Third Anniversary of TBTG was celebrated in 2011  – – Third Anniversary of TBTG

TBTG Current Website Stats

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This Week273,907
Average Per Day66,462
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Last Hour2,905
This Week465,236

 (stats provided by SiteMeter)

Google PageRank – 4/10

Alexa Rank – 48,359

Average Users Online – 150

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Countries that visited TBTG – 233

We thank God for all the beautiful response we are getting on this Internet and we ask for your prayers so that we can preach HIS WORD more and more through this most powerful media that is available now. Thank you all once again and God bless.

April 26th, 2012

You Are Accepted By God

You Are Accepted By God

There are many who long to be accepted. “I am accepted!” is a highly comforting thought.

And that is exactly what Jesus promises in John 6:37 (AMP): “…the one who comes to Me I will most certainly not cast out [I will never, no never, reject one of them who comes to Me]”.

The one condition that Christ requires is that you should go to Him. It is like a new neighborhood restaurant offering a delicious item for free on their launch date. All that you got to do is to go there and grab it.

What Jesus offers is free. Nevertheless you got to pay a price! What? Yes, the price is your willingness. Your willingness to believe Him. Your willingness to spend time for Him. Your willingness to receive from Him. Your willingness to follow His bidding. Your willingness to remain in Him.

To the one who pays this price, Jesus gives an astounding promise – “I will never, no never, reject you!” That’s super-comforting! Think about you being eternally protected. That’s ‘insurance unlimited’!

In a world of constant changes and broken promises, Christ’s offer provides stability and hope. As Romans 8:31 proclaims, if God is for us, who can be against us?

Question: How did you respond when you came to know that you are accepted by God?

– – – written by Joe Abraham from

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