[measuring if it's worth it]
I've been thinking about this a lot lately. Usually, the first thing I do before getting out of bed in the morning is scroll through my emails on my iPhone. I don't know if it was the Christmas online shopping or what, but my inbox seems to be constantly full of Ad's [not spam, but Ad's from places I have purchased from]. It was overwhelming, annoying and just plain tempting...I'd be perfectly fine to not spend any money, but when you email me every-single-day with your "deals" suddenly "I NEED" them.
To like at least 30+ places [stores, ministries, organizations and such]
Virtual Spring Cleaning.
Call it what you may, my inbox now greets me with real emails and things of the eternal importance. Not deals, sales, and information I don't have time for.
I highly recommend it.
Then I got to thinking. What other aspects of my life need "unsubscribing". I know every day as well I wake up to things I've been subscribing to. Enemies I've shopping with. Lies I've purchased from. Darkness I've stayed in touch with. For whatever reason, they are there. Some for a long time, some just before Christmas. They come in every morning, I read, I
try to delete.
What about not reading?
What about not having to delete them?
What about just plain unsubscribing from them?
No longer giving them permission to enter my spiritual inbox. Measuring if it's worth my time and energy to even give them even that one minute every morning when they fill my inbox...just because I opened my eyes.
I'm asking the Lord to help me unsubscribe from...