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Sometime today, take a laugh break. Smile at a co-worker. Giggle with a child. Tell a joke. Share a funny story about yourself And at least once when you pray, chuckle out loud. --Romans 12:12 I am often the person who prays out loud in our church's Sunday worship services. In preparation, I read the Scriptures for the day, study the sermon title, and scan world events for anything I should include. This is in addition to reviewing the joys and concerns of the congregation. Then I prepare the prayer.

May I love and enjoy others as a natural part of my life, and may it be a fun and joyful experience. Amen. --Ephesians 6:10 I enjoy watching sporting events on television--everything from baseball to bowling, from tennis to track and field. I'd be in better physical condition if I was a participant rather than a passive watcher. I do lift a few weights and occasionally shoot hoops on the basket over our garage door. But I've gradually become more and more of a couch potato. The problem for many of us isn't only our physical inactivity.

Giggle with a child. Tell a joke. Share a funny story about yourself And at least once when you pray, chuckle out loud. --Romans 12:12 I am often the person who prays out loud in our church's Sunday worship services. In preparation, I read the Scriptures for the day, study the sermon title, and scan world events for anything I should include. This is in addition to reviewing the joys and concerns of the congregation. Then I prepare the prayer. Usually I don't write out a complete text. I simply jot down a general theme, specific names, or main ideas.

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