Tsoha Book nopolo ee: 7:00 A.M. tlhalohanyo

Ke ne ke le lilemo li leshome le metso e mehlano 'me bophelo ba ka e ne e ntse reteleha ka har'a tsoa. lebitso la ka 'me ponahalo ea ne e sa fetoha, empa lintho tsohle mabapi le 'na ba ne ba. Ke ne ke le motho fapaneng ka ho feletseng ho feta Ke ne ke qetile selemo kapa tse peli pele. Ha ke bolele joaloka ha batho ba eang k'holejeng le botjha bōpa ka bobona le boswaswi a macha le botho; Ke bolela ntho e 'ngoe ea bohlokoa ho ne ho tsoetse pele ho hare ho' na. Ke ne ke e-ba Mokreste. Ke ne ke ikutloa e ncha. Ke ne ke ikutloa ke phela ebile.

Ke ne ke ikutloa e molemo hakaale hore ke tlameha ho phatlalatsa eona e le hore mang kapa mang ea tla mamela, haholo-holo metsoalle ea ka e haufi-ufi le ba lelapa la. Mong le e mong a arabela ka tsela e fapaneng ho fetola ka ho 'na-ba bang ka thabo, ba bang ka ho itoanela-empa moqoqo oa 'ngoe Haesale ema tsoa ho' na.

Ke ile ka bua le monna e moholo eo ke mo haholo hlomphuoa, thaba ha ba hlalosa papali morero oa ka oa ho hlompha Molimo ka bophelo ba ka, ka ho toba ho hloka sekoli ea ka ea ho kopanela liphate. Ke ile ka leka ho ba le khutso ka eona, empa e ne e kamehla ho leng thata ho tšoara ba hlapholang ea ka. Joalokaha mantsoe a leapt tsoang lelemeng la ka nakong e sa fokotsa lebelo e seng ea tlhaho, Ke ile kutloisiso ea hore o ne a sa joalokaha thabile ha e le ke ne ke. O ne a leka ho mamela ka lenyele, empa polelo ea hae ea sefahleho arabela pele molomo oa hae o ne a le monyetla oa. O ne a bonahala halofong tsehisang le karolong e ka nģ'ane a amehile.

O ile a mpha ferekana kelellong shebahala le khobile matšoafo botsa, "Ke hobane'ng ha u nka bophelo ka botebo joalo, mohlankana? Ke hobane'ng ha u leka ka thata hakana ho etsa sohle tokelo? Youth ke nako ea ha o mess fihlang haholo, le hore 's lokile. Feela u ithabise, ithute liphosong tsa bao, le ho nka lintho ka botebo ha u ntse u hōla. "

Ke ne ke hloletsoe. Ba bang ba ka 'na ba nkile keletso eo joalokaha lokollang' me ka botšepehi, empa ha ba kamoo e ikutloa ho 'na. E ile constraining le khelosang. Ke ne ke tseba seo a se buileng ne e fosahetse, empa ke ne ke sa bo bocha ba Bokreste 'me ke ne ke sa haholo kenya mantswe.

Ke nahana ka hore phihlelo ka nako e telele, empa ho e-na dampening mollo oa ka, Ke nahana hore hlahile ho mocheso. Ke ne ke sa tsebe lintho tse ngata ka nako e, empa ke ne ke tseba ke ne ke sitoa feela lula le ha e le emela. Ke ile ka tlameha ho ema le ho phela.

Sea utloahala kapa che RŌNA fosahetseng

Tsoha ke e ratang haholo ba ka bonyane karolo ea letsatsi le letsatsi. Ha se hore ha ke ananele ka letsatsi le lecha le menyetla e mecha ea, empa ho betheng feela mohla ho bonahalang eka ipiletsa. leha e le neng. Ha ho leshome le motso bosiu, ho betheng feela karolo ea tloaelehileng ea letsatsi la ka. Empa ha e 's tse supileng hoseng, lula betheng e tšoana hapa ea lothari.

Haeba u sheba iPhone oa ka, u tla bona hore, ka masoabi, Ke hoo e ka bang leshome le metso e dialamo beha increments leshome le metso e mehlano ea metsotso feela ho qala pele 7:00 a.m. Ke hobane'ng ha? Hobane ho na le 's le ntle haholo ho se na monyetla Ke tla tsoha ka mor'a hore alamo ea leshome le metso e meraro. Bao a mararo a latelang-Numere metso e mene, leshome le metso e mehlano, le leshome le metso e-na le monyetla oa ka feela ho ha e le hantle ba le ka letsatsi.

Ka linako tse ling ke nahana ke ne ke kholisa iphumanetse le thuso ea letho batho ka metsotso e la pele otsela ka mong hoseng. Ena e ne e nakong mpe ka ho fetisisa tsa lona nakong ea lilemo tsa ka kolecheng, ha hloa betheng hoseng o ile a ikutloa joaloka hloa Mount Everest ntle meomo leha e le efe. Ke ne ke ipolella mefuta eohle ea mashano, joaloka, "Yeah, u lokelang ho tsamaea ka tlelaseng, empa e tla hoa tsotelleha hore na?"Kapa" Ke tseba u bile elella bofelong ba letsatsi le letsatsi bakeng sa dibeke tse tharo tse fetileng, empa ke eng seo 's letsatsi le leng?"Kapa" Mohlomong motsoalle oa ka o tla nka mamella teko e le 'na. Ho bohlokoa kotsing. "Sad, kea tseba. Ke seo ke hooa 7:00 a.m. tlhalohanyo.

Leshano ke ne ke bile hore lula betheng ne e tla ba molemo ho 'na. Ka tsela e itseng e eketsehileng metsotso e mehlano kapa ka hora e eketsehileng e ne e tla ntlafatsa bophelo ba ka. Ha ke falimehile ho bonahala leoatla, empa a na le eona linakong tseo pele ea letsatsi le letsatsi ho bonahala ka ho phethahetseng sea utloahala.

Na u ka inahanela hore na lefatše le tla ba joang ha ha ho na motho tsoha ho fihlela ba ikutloa e joaloka eona? Likhoebo e ne e tla mene, likolo ne a tla utloa, muso ba ne ba le ho feta pherekano motseng feta e se e. Ha ho na motho o ne a tla fumana nako e lekaneng ho etsa mosebetsi oa hae hantle; ke nako mong le e mong a tsoha, halofo ea letsatsi le e ne e tla be li felile. 'Nete ke, ho sa tsotellehe seo nako u etsa qeto ea hore a tsohe slumber ea hao, u feela na le lihora tse mashome a mabeli a metso e mene ho sebetsa le. Otla fela ha kgutsiso konopo ha e le hantle reka o nako efe kapa efe e eketsehileng. mosebetsi oa hao feela e tla se ke ua etsoa.

Ka bomalimabe, ba bangata ba rōna ba amohetse 7:00 a.m. tlhalohanyo e le tsela ea bophelo. Linako tse ling re e bitsa ho lieha. Ha re ikutloa joaloka etsa ho hong ka motsotso, kahoo re ile ra etsa qeto ea ho beha theoha ho fihlela hamorao. Ka linako tse ling re e etsa le lintho tse nyenyane, joaloka ho nka ntša lepel, a ithute ka mamella teko e, araba mosebetsi e-mail, kapa khutlela Mè o letsetsoa.

Empa ho lieha ha e le hantle ho rarolla ntho efe kapa efe, kahoo ho e khopolo bobeng ho lieha mesebetsi e meng ntle ea letsatsi le letsatsi ho fihlela motsotsong oa ho qetela. Ho e le maikutlo a le ho feta ho lieha bophelo ka bobona.

U ka lebella?

A re ke re ho tšepahala. setso sa rōna ha hase hangata lebella ho hongata ho batho ba ho fihlela ba se u boholo-holo. (Ke tla khopisa motho 'me U ka hlalosa boholo-holo.) Ho ea ka batho ba bangata, Mocha e hase nako ea hore boikarabelo bo boholo kapa tebello. ba re, "U tla jara meroalo ea boikarabello ba batho bohle bakeng sa ba bang kaofela ba bophelo ba hao, kahoo thabele bocha ba hao ha u ntse u ka se khonang!"Batho ba ho bonahala eka o lebeletse hore re nka ohle a bophelo ba habobebe ho fihlela re fihla hore boselamose, dilemo hatellang ba boikarabelo. Na ho leshome le metso e robeli? Na ho tse mashome a mabeli-le leng la? Na ho ba mashome a mararo? nohe hao ke leng e monate joaloka sebetsa morafong.

Ke ne ke qoqa le a tlisetsa batho lijo a Phoenix bosiu bo le bong hase nako e telele haholo fetileng. O ne a sa le monyenyane haholo ho feta 'na, mohlomong a twenties ba hae ba pele. O ne a hlile botsoalle ho tloha nakong eo ke lula fatše, 'me re qetella ho ba le moqoqo o molemo. Ke ile ka mo botsa lipotso tse tloaelehileng tsa bohle nyenyane-puo: U tsoa kae? halelele hakae na u sebelitse mona? U tla tšoela ka lijo tsa ka?

Ha a ntse a arabela lipotso tsa ka, ho ile ha hlaka hore o ne ke rekile ho kena ka har'a 7:00 a.m. tlhalohanyo. O ile a mpolella hore o ne a feela ba ne ba lula Phoenix likhoeli tse seng kae. Pele ho moo o ne a Nevada, pele hore California, 'me pele ho a phetseng ka Coast East. Mothating ona ke qala ho ipotsa hore na ke kopa hlalosa ileng a mo moetsi oa litšoantšo mapolesa seketshe, feela tabeng e ne e le 'malehi la mofuta o itseng.

Empa ha ke mo botsa ke hobane'ng ha a ile a fallela ho pota-pota le bongata hakaale, mona 's seo a mpolella: "Hobane Feela. Ha ke batle ho lula sebakeng se le seng 'me jara e tetemang ea boikarabello ba batho bohle. Ke e monyenyane, monna. Ho nako ea ka ea ho hlahloba feela, ke ke bogged fatše le e tetemang ea itlammeng ka. Ke mang ea tsebang, mohlomong ke tla iphumana ke. "

Ke ne ke se utloisang bohloko empa e se makatsoa ke karabelo ea hae. Ke 'nete hore ha ho letho le phoso ka ho fallela haholo kapa ho intša sibolloa, empa ha ho sehla mathoasong twenties-kapa rona esita rona tsa bocha-nakong eo bophelo ha tsotelleha hore na? Re lokela ho tšoara tima mabapi le seo a se lumelang 'ohle, itlammeng, le botebo ho fihlela hamorao?

NA U KA TŠEPA IT?

Ke ile ka utloa pina ea letsatsi le tse ling tse hapa pono ena ka ho phethahetseng. The karaoke lyric tsoela, "Re ntse u thabile, mahala, ferekana kelellong, 'me ke jeoa ke bolutu ka nako e tšoanang. "

Ke tseba ho jara Taylor Swift e s'o hantle bakeng sa batho ba nakong e fetileng (Na ke lokela ho u hopotsa mabapi Kanye?). Empa ke ikemiselitse ho ba ipeha kotsing 'me a hlahloba seo a se buang ka pina ea hae ea "22." Ke tseba feela pina monate, kahoo ke sa batle ho overanalyze e. Ke nahana o ka katleho hapa maikutlo a bamameli ba hae le moea oa ho lilemo tse. Empa pono ea tsohle tse fosahetseng.

E bolelang, ha a ntse a re a pina, ho "utloa mashome a mabeli 'meli"? Pina keteka mofuta oa matšoenyeho, leseli, ho le bonolo ba banyenyane ba motho e moholo eo ba bangata ba rōna re labalabela mabapi. Ka bomalimabe, e fana ka maikutlo a hore thabo ena le tokoloho e fumanoa ferekana kelellong, wanderings ka linako tse ling sōtō. Ha ho na tataiso, ha ho boikarabelo feela pherekano motseng monate. Ho hore 7:00 a.m. tlhalohanyo hape. Ke mang ea nang le nako ea hore bophelo ha u ikutloa mashome a mabeli 'meli? Swift ha aa etsa pono ena e fihlang; re 'nile rekisa tlhalohanyo ena ka makhetlo-khetlo. Empa ho ka tšeptjoa?

Hore na kapa ha sena 7:00 a.m. tlhalohanyo e ka tšeptjoa itšetlehile ka hore na u mang le seo u se ba ile ba bōptjoa bakeng sa. Haeba u ne u feela bōpileng ka ho intša khotsofale le ho thabela, ntan'o hlobola bophelo ba sebele ho fihlela hamorao ka ba qeto e thehiloeng tsebong e molemohali. Haeba u se u ha ho letho le tse fetang motho e mong batla ka bouena, ntan'o tlhalohanyo hore tlisetsa batho lijo mocha ka bonahala e le ntle molumo. U ka ema ho ho fihlela hamorao ho tsoha haeba u batla ho. Empa ho thoe'ng haeba u ne u bōpile ntho e 'ngoe ho feta?

*Ena ke nopolo ho tloha khaolong ea pele ea buka Trip mocha oa, tsoha. Don’t forget, ha u pele ho e le hore Rise ke January 26, u tla fumana e tetemang ea limpho tsa mahala, including a bonus track that didn’t make it on the album. Mona ke makolopetso 'ohle a ho lopolla limpho tsa hao: http://risebook.tv/preorder

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  1. teclaReply

    woow thanks alot Mr Trip Lee for thisI made this resolution for 2015 that every night I will wake up at 3 and true I always wake up but am not sure I pray I usually comfort myself by saying the year is still young I mean people are still sending the happy new year greetings then I think am just 20 let me wait when am 30 and have a family, kids, a job and a husband then I will have alot to pray forbut thanks for this piece how I wish I can get the whole book too sounds very informative. .. anyway God bless you !! :-)

  2. Yolanda DelacerdaReply

    This is absolutely who I am RIGHT NOW! Ka masoabi, but no need to hide. I am a single mom, full time student, own a small business, currently a staff leader for a church we planted in September 2014 (staff unpaid), and work part time at a safe home for teenage girls who are victims of sex trafficking and yes even after reading what I do I am sure you’re already exhausted! I dare myself every night before bed to wake up at least by 5:00 a.m. and set all my alarms..(yes ALL I mean the five on my phone and then the one that has a connection)always to 5:45, 6:00, 6:15, 6:30, le 6:45…what time do you think I woke up today?!? 7:00!!! E, I know I am so lazyBut really I am tiredmaybe too much on my plate, so I am going to cut some things down currently, but ultimately your post is so true. I would be way more productive in everything I’m involved in, most importantly I could give more time to God. How silly really it is to waste such precious time. e le 25 year old( ke 'na 25) or even as a 30 kapa 40 year old we should be living everyday with a purpose because we have one, to live every day not wasted and to share His word and embrace every moment possible to grow in Him through our every day life. Thanks for sharing and looking forward to your concert in Orlando!!!

  3. MindyReply

    This post came at a perfect time, as my new year’s resolution was to be more disciplined, more specifically to wake up early and be in the Word every day so that my life is continually transformed by it. Thank you for the encouragement!

  4. e tlaReply

    God is good. In the past weeks before school started back for my 5 year old son and he returned home from being with his mom for the holidays (even summer) every morning its ‘I’ll wake up in 20 mins,’ or whatever the excuse may be and hit the snooze button. Man before I got up for work I had already planned my entire day out and convinced myself as to why this extra sleep would help but every single time it would hurt me to stay in bed rather than help. A lot has happened in 2014 and I hit rock bottom bad! I’m just thankful God has shown me his mercy and grace to rebuild my life and start over and find the purpose he has for me on this earth because I don’t deserve it. Being more and more consistent in reading the word and understanding the our Lord and Savior Jesus is the living word it tells us that laziness, sleep, jj. will all lead to poverty, misfortune, and even death. A lot of sin has plagued my life and being lazy, getting that little extra sleep has held me back from the life God has for me. Nowadays I wake up 20 kapa 30 mins before my alarm and hear that voice telling me ‘get up start early’, or even at work ‘don’t put this off do it now, put more effort into what your doing you can do better.I have fought the Lord for too long and I see doing things my way is going to put me in an early grave. I’m still not where I wanna be but have learned to give in to the spirit and just listen no matter what I am being steered to do but I’m human and I have the urge to go back to my ways. I’m afraid of letting God down, I don’t think I can fulfill his purpose for my creation, yea I’m doing better today or right now, but can I be consistent everyday all day God-willing and do my part as a Christian. Its exciting to read and learn but for me it has been scary to think I can do what God wants consistently and I go back to I’ll get with ya God tomorrow because I messed up today. Man my friend pushed me a long time ago to change what I listen to and I promise I just started listening to you Trip for a week now and you have already been an influence on my life man. I appreciate it and apologize for the long post just gotta tell ya thank you for your music and the excerpt above it’s all adding to my testimony that God is real and even though I feel lonely being a single father here in this big state of Georgia with so many people, God will work through others whether they’re arms reach or you never meet em to steer me in the right direction.

  5. Leonel ArceReply

    Your a talented artist my brother I look up to you I’m25 going to be 26 this May so I hope GOD uses me in a mighty way for his GLORY and riches plus i would like to do what you and other artist do preach the GOSPEL in a way that it doesn’t sound so religious and folks turn around and walk away but can be renewed and transformed and changed for the better because that inner voice that speaks within us telling those out there, there are those like us seeking of our purpose on what GOD wants and needs from us. Thanks for making this book can’t wait to get it I’m starting to like it already!

  6. JoelReply

    “Haeba u sheba iPhone oa ka, u tla bona hore, ka masoabi, Ke hoo e ka bang leshome le metso e dialamo beha increments leshome le metso e mehlano ea metsotso feela ho qala pele 7:00 a.m. Ke hobane'ng ha? Hobane ho na le 's le ntle haholo ho se na monyetla Ke tla tsoha ka mor'a hore alamo ea leshome le metso e meraro. Bao a mararo a latelang-Numere metso e mene, leshome le metso e mehlano, and sixteen—are my only chance to actually have a day.

    Haha. So true. I have the same problem. sepakbola molemo. I’m looking forward to the reading the book!

  7. JohnReply

    Encouraged. I hit the snooze button may too many times. I want to live a life that points to a good God. I need to pray and get a plan soon. kea leboha, TL.

  8. JoAnnaReply

    this is so true and profound. Have been struggling with the 7:00 a.m logic especially since starting university where it has become even more difficult to wake up in time.

  9. MelyssaReply

    im not joking, I needed to read this so badly right now. I’m getting ready to go to a different country for a year to do missions and tell people about JESUS, but the days leading up my leaving (which are now only 9,) have been full of me in the 7:00am logic. The thing is, Leha ho le joalo, that every morning when I don’t wake up and I end up sleeping entirely too late, I am so upset at myself! I know I have this 7:00am logic, but I’m not okay with it. I just don’t know what to do to change it. It seems like even when I truly do try, I still fail. Thanks for writing this, Trip. I am challenged.

  10. Brian AnthonyReply

    ba rorisa Molimo! Can’t wait to read your new bookI recently had a heart transplant on 9/29/14, and I thanked God everyday for His blessing, my point, like your last book theGood Lifewe tend to put or faith and trust in the wrong things.. molimo a u hlohonolofatse! #hloke lihlong ho pakeng #116 #DontQuit #CantwaittoreadRise

  11. DomeanicaReply

    Thank you for allowing me to dive into this excerpt from your new book. I do believe this will enlighten our culture and even start a conversation. I know some younger christians that will definitely appreciate this honest perspective as well. God bless and pray nothing, but blessings in this endeavor.

  12. BurtonReply

    Hmmm, 7:00 am logicI cannot say I’m NOT like this! Reading this made me think back to all the times that I wake up, look at the time, and say, “6:00? I think my first decision of the day will beto go back to sleep.I love my sleep! Not addicted, but don’t disturb me. I should instead say, “6:00? I think my first decision of the day will be to read God’s Word and pray.Thank you Trip for sharing this. So excited for your book, I’ve already pre-ordered it!

  13. Emmanuella JamesReply

    Such a lovely post. I am such a big fan of your music. It inspired me soo much. Finding out that you are both a blogger and writer was mind-blowing, since I’m both and have been looking for someone to look up to. I really wish I could get a copy of your book.