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King Saul was attacked by evil spirits that tormented and immobilised him. So, he sent for David to come and play his harp. As David played, 'Relief would come to Saul; he would feel better, the evil spirit would leave him. ' (1Samuel 16:23NIV)
It's not a matter of conditions, but of choice. the above story teaches us on 2 things:
-the power of praise -the power of practice;
When it comes to practice, the two most difficult challenges we face are having the desire to do it and having the discipline to keep at it.
the harder we work, the harder it becomes to surrender to things like fatigue, complacency, discouragement, criticism and other things that tries to break our stride.
excerpts taken from GSAF