Dide Book yiyan: 7:00 A.M. kannaa

Mo ti wà mẹdogun ọdun atijọ ati aye mi a ń tan inu jade. Orukọ mi ati irisi ti ko yi pada, ṣugbọn ohun gbogbo ti miran nipa mi ní. Mo ti wà a patapata ti o yatọ eniyan ju mo ti ti ti odun kan tabi meji ki o to. Emi ko tunmọ si bi nigba ti awon eniyan lọ si kọlẹẹjì ki o si tun-ṣẹda ara wọn pẹlu titun Apesoniloruko ati awọn eniyan; Mo tunmọ si ohun significant ti lọ lori inu ti mi. Mo ti di a Christian. Mo ro titun. Mo ro lãye.

Mo ro ki o dara wipe mo ti ní lati kede o si ẹnikẹni ti o yoo gbọ, paapa mi sunmọ awọn ọrẹ ati ebi. Gbogbo eniyan dahun otooto si awọn ayipada ninu mi-diẹ ninu awọn pẹlu ayọ, awọn miran pẹlu resistance-sugbon kan ibaraẹnisọrọ ti nigbagbogbo duro jade si mi.

Mo ti a ti sọrọ pẹlu ohun agbalagba enia ti mo gidigidi bọwọ, ohun iwuri lati se alaye mi game ètò fun ibọwọ Ọlọrun pẹlu mi igbesi aye, pataki mi ibalopo ti nw. Mo gbiyanju lati wa ni tunu nipa o, sugbon o je nigbagbogbo gidigidi lati mu mi simi ni. Bi awọn ọrọ labo lati ahọn mi ni ohun atubotan Pace, Mo ni awọn ori wipe o je ko bi yiya bi mo ti wà. O ti gbiyanju lati gbọ laiparuwo, ṣugbọn rẹ oju ikosile dahun ṣaaju ki o to ẹnu rẹ ní a anfani. O si dabi enipe ni agbedemeji si amused ati ki o agbedemeji fiyesi.

O si fun mi a mo wo ki o si calmly beere, "Ẽṣe ti ẹnyin mu aye ki isẹ, ọdọmọkunrin? Ẽṣe ti ẹnyin gbiyanju ki gidigidi lati se ohun gbogbo ọtun? Odo ni akoko nigba ti o ba idotin soke pupo, ati awọn ti o dara. O kan gbadun ara, ko lati awon asise, ati ki o gba pataki nigbati o ba gba àgbà. "

Mo ti a ti stunned. Diẹ ninu awọn le ti ya ti o imọran bi liberating ati ki o mọ, ṣugbọn ti o ni ko bi o ti ro fun mi. O ro constraining ati ṣi. Mo ti mọ ohun ti o wi wà ti ko tọ, sugbon mo ti wà a titun Christian ati ki o Mo ti ko le oyimbo fi o sinu ọrọ.

Mo ṣe àyẹwò lori wipe iriri fun igba pipẹ, sugbon dipo ti dampening mi iná, Mo ro pe o wa ni soke ni ooru. Emi kò si mọ Elo ni akoko, sugbon mo mọ mo ti le ko o kan joko ni ayika ati ki o duro. Mo ní lati gba soke ki o si gbe.

WA mẹhẹ kannaa

Titaji soke ni mi o kere ayanfẹ apa ti gbogbo ọjọ. O ni ko ti mo ti ko riri titun kan ọjọ pẹlu titun anfani, ṣugbọn si sunmọ ni jade ti ibusun kan ko dabi bojumu. lailai. Nigbati o mọkanla ni alẹ, si sunmọ ni ibusun wa ni o kan arinrin ara ti mi ọjọ. Sugbon nigba ti o ni meje ni owuro, gbe ni ibusun ni bi gba awọn lotiri.

Ti o ba ti o ba wo ni mi iPhone, o yoo ri pe, ibanuje, Mo ti nipa mẹrindilogun itaniji ṣeto ni meedogun-iseju increments ti o bere kan ki o to 7:00 a.m. Kí nìdí? Nitori nibẹ ni lẹwa Elo ko ni anfani Mo ti yoo gba soke lẹhin ti awọn kẹtala itaniji. Awon tókàn mẹta-nọmba mẹrinla, mẹdogun, ati mẹrindilogun-ni o wa mi nikan ni anfani lati gangan ni ọjọ kan.

Nigba miran Mo ro pe mo ti le parowa fun ara mi ti ohunkohun ninu awon akọkọ drowsy iṣẹju ti kọọkan owurọ. Yi je ni awọn oniwe-buru nigba mi kọlẹẹjì years, nigbati gígun jade ti ibusun ni owuro ro bi gígun Mount Everest lai eyikeyi ese. Mo ti le so fun ara mi gbogbo iru irọ, bi, "Yeah, o yẹ ki o lọ si kilasi, ṣugbọn yio ti o gan ọrọ?"Tabi" Mo mọ o ti sọ ti pẹ gbogbo ọjọ fun awọn ti o kẹhin meta ọsẹ, ṣugbọn ohun ti ni miran ọjọ?"Tabi" Boya ore mi yoo gba awọn igbeyewo fun mi. O ni tọ awọn ewu. "Sad, mo mo. Ti o ni ohun ti mo pe 7:00 a.m. kannaa.

Awọn luba Mo ti so fun ara mi ni wipe gbe ni ibusun ni yio jẹ ti o dara fun mi. Bakan ohun afikun iṣẹju marun tabi ohun afikun wakati yoo mu aye mi. Nigbati mo wa jakejado asitun o dabi òmùgọ, sugbon ni awon akọkọ asiko ti kọọkan ọjọ ti o dabi daradara mogbonwa.

O le fojuinu ohun ti aye yoo wa ni bi ti o ba ti ko si eniti o ni soke titi ti won ro bi o? Owo yoo agbo, ile-iwe yoo jiya, ijoba yoo jẹ ani diẹ ni rudurudu ju ti o si tẹlẹ ni. Eniti yoo ni to akoko lati se ise re daradara; nipa awọn akoko gbogbo eniyan ji, idaji awọn ọjọ yoo wa ni lọ. Awọn otitọ ni, ko si ohun ti akoko ti o pinnu lati dide lati rẹ itogbe,, ti o nikan ni ogun-merin wakati lati ṣiṣẹ pẹlu awọn. Kọlu awọn didun bọtini ko ni kosi ra o eyikeyi afikun akoko. Iṣẹ rẹ kan yoo ko to ṣe.

laanu, ọpọlọpọ awọn ti wa ti gba 7:00 a.m. kannaa bi a ona ti aye. A ma pe o procrastination. A ko lero bi ṣe ohun ni akoko, ki a pinnu lati fi o si pa titi nigbamii. Nigba miran a se o pẹlu kekere ohun, bi ti mu jade ni idọti, keko fun a igbeyewo, dahun iṣẹ e-maili, tabi pada Mama ká foonu ipe.

Ṣugbọn procrastination ko ni kosi yanju ohunkohun, ki o kan buburu agutan lati se idaduro ojoojumọ awọn iṣẹ-ṣiṣe titi ti o kẹhin iseju. O ni ohun ani buru agutan lati se idaduro aye ara.

OHUN ǸJẸ o reti?

Jẹ ki ká jẹ mọ. Wa asa ko ni maa reti Elo lati awon eniyan titi ti won ba atijọ. (Mo ti yoo yago fun offending enikeni ki o si jẹ ki o setumo atijọ.) Gẹgẹ bi ọpọlọpọ awọn, odo ni ko ni akoko fun nla ojuse tabi ireti. nwọn sọ, "O yoo rù ẹrù ti ojuse fun awọn iyokù ti aye re, ki o gbadun rẹ èwe nigba ti o ba le!"Awon eniyan dabi lati reti wa lati ya gbogbo awọn ti aye sere titi awa de ọdọ wipe ti idan, lainidii ori ti ojuse. Ṣe o mejidilogun? Ni o mọkanlelogun? Ṣe o ọgbọn? Rẹ amoro ni bi ti o dara bi mi.

Mo ní a ibaraẹnisọrọ pẹlu a Oluduro ni Phoenix ọkan night ko gun ju seyin. O si je ko Elo kékeré ju mi, jasi ni re tete twenties. O si wà gan ore lati akoko ti mo joko si isalẹ, ati awọn ti a ti pari soke nini kan ti o dara ibaraẹnisọrọ. Mo ti wi fun u gbogbo awọn ibùgbé kekere-ọrọ ibeere: Nibo ni o ti wa? Bi o gun ni o sise nibi? Yoo ti o tutọ ninu mi ounje?

Bi o ti dahun si ibeere mi, o je ko o pe o fe ra sinu 7:00 a.m. kannaa. O si so fun mi pe o ti nikan gbé ni Phoenix fun kan diẹ osu. Ṣaaju ki o to ti o wà ni Nevada, ṣaaju ki o to pe California, ati ki o to ti o gbé lori East ni etikun. Ni aaye yi ni mo bẹrẹ béèrè ara mi bi mo ti fe se apejuwe u lati a olopa Sketch olorin, o kan ni irú o si wà isansa ti diẹ ninu awọn too.

Ṣugbọn nigbati mo wi fun u pe idi ti o gbe ni ayika ki Elo, nibi ni ohun ti o so fun mi: "O kan nitori. Emi ko fẹ lati duro ni ibi kan ati ki o ya on a ìdìpọ ti ojuse. Mo wa odo, ọkunrin. O ni mi akoko lati kan Ye, ko le tisan mole pẹlu kan ìdìpọ ileri. Talo mọ, boya Mo ti yoo ri ara mi. "

Mo ti wà ìbànújẹ sugbon ko ya nipasẹ rẹ esi. Dajudaju nibẹ ni ohunkohun ti ko tọ pẹlu gbigbe kan pupo tabi ara-Awari, ṣugbọn jẹ nibẹ a akoko ninu wa tete twenties-tabi paapa wa omo ile-nigba ti aye ko gan ọrọ? O yẹ ki a mu pipa lori gbogbo awọn convictions, ileri, ati seriousness titi nigbamii?

ǸJẸ o gbekele IT?

Mo si gbọ song awọn miiran ọjọ ti gba yi irisi daradara. The lyric lọ, "A ba dun, free, mo, ki o si níbẹ ni akoko kanna. "

Mo mọ mu lori Taylor Swift ti ko lọ daradara fun eniyan ni awọn ti o ti kọja (ni mo nilo lati leti o nipa Kanye?). Sugbon Mo wa setan lati gba awọn ewu ki o si wo ohun ti o wi ninu rẹ song "22." Mo mọ o ni o kan a fun song, ki Emi ko fẹ lati overanalyze o. Mo ro pe o ti ni ifijišẹ gba awọn inú rẹ awọn olutẹtisi ati ẹmi awọn ọjọ ori. Ṣugbọn awọn irisi ni gbogbo ti ko tọ si.

Kini o je, bi o ti wi ninu song, to "lero ogun-meji"? The song sayeye awọn irú ti carefree, ina, ati ki o rọrun odo adulthood ti ọpọlọpọ awọn ti wa lá nipa. laanu, o ni imọran wipe yi idunu ati ominira wa ni ri ni mo, ma miserable wanderings. Nibẹ ni ko si itọsọna, ko si ojuse-kan rudurudu fun. O ni wipe 7:00 a.m. kannaa lẹẹkansi. Ti o ni akoko fun aye nigba ti o ba lero ogun-meji? Swift ko ṣe yi irisi soke; a ti sọ a ti ta yi kannaa lori ati lori lẹẹkansi. Ṣugbọn le ti o wa gbẹkẹle?

Boya tabi ko yi 7:00 a.m. kannaa ni igbẹkẹle da lori ti o ba wa ati ohun ti o ni won da fun. Ti o ba won nikan da fun ara-itelorun ati igbadun, ki o si o nri si pa gidi aye titi nigbamii le jẹ awọn ti o dara ju wun. Ti o ba ohunkohun siwaju sii ju miiran eniyan nwa jade fun ara rẹ, ki o si ti odo Oluduro ká kannaa le dabi lẹwa ohun. O le duro titi nigbamii lati ji soke ti o ba ti o ba fẹ lati. Ṣugbọn ohun ti o ba ti o ni won da fun nkankan siwaju sii?

*Eleyi jẹ ẹya yiyan lati awọn ipin akọkọ ti Trip ká titun iwe, dide. Don’t forget, nigba ti o ba kọkọ-ibere Rise nipa January 26, iwọ yoo si gba kan ti opo ti ebun fun free, including a bonus track that didn’t make it on the album. Nibi ni o wa gbogbo awọn alaye lati rà rẹ ebun: http://risebook.tv/preorder

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18 comments

  1. teclafesi

    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 Delacerdafesi

    This is absolutely who I am RIGHT NOW! ibanuje, 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, ati 6:45…what time do you think I woke up today?!? 7:00!!! bẹẹni, 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. bi awọn kan 25 odun kan( emi ni 25) or even as a 30 tabi 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. Mindyfesi

    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. yoofesi

    Olorun ni o dara. 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, ati be be lo. 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 tabi 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 Arcefesi

    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. Joelfesi

    “Ti o ba ti o ba wo ni mi iPhone, o yoo ri pe, ibanuje, Mo ti nipa mẹrindilogun itaniji ṣeto ni meedogun-iseju increments ti o bere kan ki o to 7:00 a.m. Kí nìdí? Nitori nibẹ ni lẹwa Elo ko ni anfani Mo ti yoo gba soke lẹhin ti awọn kẹtala itaniji. Awon tókàn mẹta-nọmba mẹrinla, mẹdogun, and sixteen—are my only chance to actually have a day.

    Haha. So true. I have the same problem. ti o dara nkan na. I’m looking forward to the reading the book!

  7. Johnfesi

    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. e dupe, TL.

  8. JoAnnafesi

    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. Carlfesi

    your testimony kind of reminds me of myself when I was young! Really enjoyed your perspective about LIFE!!!

  10. Melyssafesi

    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, tilẹ, 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. O ṣeun fun kikọ yi, Trip. I am challenged.

  11. Brian Anthonyfesi

    Ogo ni fun Olorun! 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.. ibukun Ọlọrun! #Unashamed #116 #DontQuit #CantwaittoreadRise

  12. Domeanicafesi

    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.

  13. Burtonfesi

    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!

  14. Joshfesi

    Powerful stuff Trip. Thanks for sharing what the Lord has put on your heart in this regard. Your ministry is a blessing to many, Lord bless.

  15. Emmanuella Jamesfesi

    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.