7 Ways Jesus does not emphasize
Jesus said, "Let's get away from the crowd for a while and rest." So many people go and come to Jesus and his apostles did not have time to eat. Mark 6:31 (NLT)
Jesus lived a voltage enormous pressure, but does not seem to disturb peace of mind. Despite the opposition, the constant demand and little privacy, his life reflected a calm sense of balance.
If you want to be doing the opposite of what Jesus did.
1. Apart from that pressed into molds. (John 8:12)
Do not try to know who are. Try someone who is not true. This gives a lot of stress. Jesus, however, has told people he was eighteen times.
2. angry with you. Jesus never let the fear of handling rejection. No one can pressure you without your permission.
3. Wing it. Do not worry for details. (John 12:27)
Jesus said, "… that is why I came …" (NIV) There were different based on your accent. Hang all the time, planning to postpone, and one day make you sweat. Preparation prevents pressure, but produces the delay. You work either priorities or pressures.
4. Try to do many things at once. Multitasking as much as possible. (Luke 4:42-44)
You can not chase two hares at the same time! Jesus knew how to handle interruptions because others are a pain to get on the road. (Mark 3:14)
We get tense when we feel that everything depends on us. Jesus enlisted twelve disciples. Do not try to be perfect, or the fear that others can not make a pretty good job, their ability to involve others in the task.
matter how busy Jesus got, he took the time to be alone to pray. A daily prayer time is a Stress Reducer. Use this time to talk to God about your pressures and problems. Through reading your Bible that will evaluate your priorities, and discover a peaceful life.
7. Work is the most important thing. Do not stop till you drop. (Mark 6:30-31)
Balance is the key to stress management. Jesus balanced work with pleasure and relaxation.
Based on the article, "Seven Secrets of Stress Management" by Rick Warren.
About the Author
I was born in Canada, grew up on the Amazon in Peru,went to high school in Iowa, College in Pennsylvania, served as a pastor in central Ontario, and in Indiana. Now I am a medical interpreter at the St. Vincent Pimary Care Clinic in Indianapolis, and the pastor of a Spanish Church at First Baptist Church in Carmel, Indiana. One of the hobbies I enjoy is writing, and knowing that people are reading what I have written online. It is my hope that my articles will be of a help to you, and especially that they will introduce you to my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
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