Whatever things are JUST…meditate on these things.

The third healthy habit let’s incorporate into our daily routine is to start typing to God and start typing for God.

How many of us spend large portions of our day typing on our blog or on Twitter or on Facebook or on other social network sites? Before we know it, a half hour has gone by and we haven’t even eaten breakfast yet. Or we sit down after dinner and whoosh–there goes an entire hour before re realize it!

Let’s make a conscious effort to cut our time in half that we spend typing randomly in various conversations or Internet connections. Let’s spend the other half of our time typing to God.

Let’s start a journal where we type our conversations with God. Did you have a bad day? Tell God about it! Are you stressed about something that’s going on at work? Type in your journal and tell God how you feel. Do you have questions about your faith or about decisions you need to make? Type our your questions to God, wait for Him to whisper to your heart, and then type out what He answers.

We can type our conversations with God as we meet with Him for one hour each day. And when we’re done meeting with Him, we can continue to type for Him.

We can type encouraging Scriptures on Facebook or on our blog that blessed us during our time alone with God. We can tweet on Twitter and share about how God helped us today so that others will be encouraged, too. We can type out a prayer for a friend to encourage them!

Healthy Habit #3: Cut the time in half that we spend on Twitter or Facebook or e-mail or blogs each day, and spend the other half of our time typing in a journal to God and typing to share God with others.

Finally, brethren, whatever things are true, whatever things are noble, whatever thing are just, whatever things are pure, whatever things are lovely, whatever things are of good report, if there is any virtue and if there is anything praiseworthy–meditate on these things.

-Philippians 4:8, NKJV

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