6 Keys to Living a Healthy, Happy Life, Part 1 - Kenneth Copeland Ministries Blog

6 Keys to Living a Healthy, Happy Life, Part 1

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Are you living the life you want to live? Are your spirit, mind and body in perfect sync? Do you greet each morning with joy? If not, you may not be living the healthy, happy life God desires you to live. If you want to live with joy, freedom and well-being in every area of your life, then put these six keys to work. Live the life you were meant to live…the one Jesus died to give you!

Key 1 to Living a Healthy, Happy Life: Believe and Receive

Living a healthy, happy life begins when you get born again by receiving Jesus as your Lord and Savior. Your life takes another leap forward when you receive the baptism in the Holy Spirit. If you haven’t already done those two things, do them now. And if you want to learn more about them or what Baptism in the Holy Spirit means, read the article, What Is Speaking In Tongues?  You cannot live the successful life God designed for you without those two things. And if you need someone to pray with you for salvation or baptism in the Holy Spirit, call one of our KCM Prayer Ministers at 1-817-852-6000. We’re here for you!

Key 2 to Living a Healthy, Happy Life: Cling to the Lord’s Promise

In Psalm 91:16 God promises, “I will rescue those who love me. I will protect those who trust in my name. When they call on me, I will answer; I will be with them in trouble. I will rescue and honor them. I will reward them with a long life and give them my salvation.” If you are a Christian, then this promise belongs to you, don’t let go of it. Write it down and post it where you can see it every day, several times a day. Hold tightly to this promise and trust God to fulfill it.

Key 3 to Living a Healthy, Happy Life: Get Busy for God

Commit to completing whatever God has given you to do here on earth so that when you get to heaven Jesus can say to you, “Well done, good and faithful servant.” If God has called you to prayer, then get to praying. If God has called you to give extravagantly, then get to giving. If God has called you to focus on your family so that the next generation is prepared to serve Him, then do that. If God has called you to plant a church, start planting. Whatever God has called you to do, get busy doing it.

In next week’s issue of the KCM Weekly, we will cover Part 2 of this article, and you’ll continue learning how to live the life you were meant to live. Stay tuned!

 

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