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Let God Breathe New Life into Your Healthy Efforts - Daily Hope with Rick Warren - June 26, 2017

  • 2017 Jun 26
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Let God Breathe New Life into Your Healthy Efforts
By Rick Warren

“We will never turn our back on you; breathe life into our lungs so we can shout your name!” (Psalm 80:18 The Message)

The Bible says, “We will never turn our back on you; breathe life into our lungs so we can shout your name!” (Psalm 80:18 The Message)

Breathing is one of the few functions of your body that you do automatically — but it can also be done mindfully. When you remember to breathe deeply, you can actually clear your body and mind. By slowing your breathing, you can lower your heart rate and your stress level! Breathing is a powerful way to strengthen your body.

Mindful breathing is a reminder that your need for intimacy with God is like your need to breathe in air. King David sang, “I live and breathe God” (Psalm 34:2).

God can breathe new life into you and your efforts to become healthier. He says, “I will put breath into you and bring you back to life. Then you will know that I am the LORD” (Ezekiel 37:6b TEV).

Play today’s audio teaching from Pastor Rick >>

Talk It Over

What does it mean to “live and breathe God”? Why is this significant to your success in getting healthy?

What does the truth that God can breathe new life into you mean to your efforts to become healthy and strong?

Taking five slow, deep breaths before you eat can help you eat less and enjoy the food more. Try this during your next meal. How does it affect the way you eat and the way you feel during and after the meal?

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