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DISTRACTIONS causes us to get out of alignment with God!

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From the desk of Dr. Mary Tisdale Green



PSALMS 143:10, PSALMS 1:2, PSALMS 119:133, Proverb 4:14, Micah 6:8 He has told you, O man,what is good, and what doed the Lord require of you. But to do justice, to love kindness and to walk humbly with your God.

What is pulling you out of line with God? When a car is out of line. These are some symptoms:

  • Uneven or rapid tire wear.
  • Steering wheel being crooked when you are driving straight.
  • Noisy Steering.
  • Pulling to the right or left.

Squealing tires.

Distractions causes us to get out of alignment  with God.

Distraction-a thing that prevents someone from giving full attention to something else. Extreme agitation of the mind or emotions.


If you’re not in alignment, you’re out of the flow. Things are more challenging. You feel confused and stuck. These are “red flags” for us that we’ve been distracted.  If you have any of these symptoms, you might have an alignment problem. And you want to be in alignment, because that’s the life you want to have — one that is aligned with God’s word. That doesn’t mean life is all butterflies and roses. But when you’re in alignment with your soul, even life’s difficulties feel easier to manage.


The enemy uses these thing to pull us off track and he(Satan) is good at pulling us off. He is experienced at it. So we through the leading of the Holy Spirit and the tools God has given us to stay in alignment prayer, reading God’s word, fasting, mediating and dressing in the full armor of God use them to remain in alignment with God.

Psalms 37:4 Delight yourself in the LORD, and he will give you the desires of your heart.


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