How to Have an Unblessed, Wasted, Very Bad Day

Renee Ann Smith —  October 14, 2013 — 13 Comments

Bad Day

1. From the moment you wake, focus on yourself.

2. Repeat this mantra: “No one else could possibly appreciate what I’m going through.”

3. Complain often.

4. Dwell on every slight given you.

5. Relive old hurts again and again and again.

6. Refuse to forgive.

7. Guard against recognizing the unique beauty of each soul.

8. See only the faults and weaknesses of the people you love.

9. Keep “I told you so” ready on your lips.

10. Criticize often.

11. Set God’s Word far away from your eyes.

12. Cast aside God’s promises.

13. Hold your worries close to your heart.

14. Remain troubled for the length of a sleepless night.

15. And through it all, remember not to pray.

Worry 2

I shared only 10 Rules for How to Have a Happy Day. (You can find that post here.) Purposing to have a bad day seems to take more effort.

Conclusion: It’ easier to have a happy day!

I’m so glad you stopped by, friends, because that always makes my day great! I appreciate your visits and words of encouragement. Blessings!

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Renee Ann Smith

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I teach literature in a Christian high school by day and write inspirational fiction by night. I love to share heart-touching quotes and stories here on my blog. So glad you stopped by!

13 responses to How to Have an Unblessed, Wasted, Very Bad Day

  1. Ouch. I’m sure I’ve done a few of those almost every day, but hopefully not all in one day. :) It would indeed make for a horrible day. Thanks for sharing in this format–sometimes it takes us seeing the wrong way to remember to take the right way.

  2. This is such a wonderful perspective – glad you shared it! I’ve never really thought about it like this before, but now that I have, it opens my eyes to all that can easily take down a day. Such a great post! Blessings to you! Have a great week!

    xoxo,
    Allie @ Framed by God
    http://framedbygod.blogspot.com/

  3. It is easier to have a happy day. That list was exhausting. Thanks you for this post because it made me think a little deeper about how I start my days. Thanks for the graphics and I enjoyed this one; it was a great post.
    Blessings!

  4. That’s a tiresome existence !! I’m visiting from the Heavenly Homemaker’s Link-up. I think i will print this and put it up in my bathroom !

  5. Such wise women of God, you & Corrie :)

  6. Thank you for your encouragement, ladies! I appreciate each one of you!

  7. You’re so right..it’s easier to have a happy day! Why then do we choose to go great lengths to have a bad day??? Arg! Thanks for sharing!

  8. Love your Corrie Ten Boom quote!

  9. Thank you for your loving reminders. Blessings to you. Oh, we are here from the Deep Roots at Home Linkup. :) We really enjoyed your beautiful post.

    We would love to have you over to our place when you have a minute. http://rosevinecottagegirls.blogspot.com and http://thelifeofanotsonormalamericanteenager.blogspot.com
    We are currently having a link up party as well. Feel free to link up several of your posts. :) Blessings and love.

  10. AMEN!

    Thanks for linking up with Woman to Woman’s Word Filled Wednesday!

    Jenifer

  11. This is sooo good!! Thanks so much for sharing it!!

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