Word For Living In The Moment

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live for the moment

To focus on the pleasure one can have in the present, without concern for the consequences one may face in the future. I've always lived for the moment, preferring to spend what I earn on vacations and nice things right then and there. Of course, I don't have much in the way of savings now, though.My brother lived for the moment, never stopping to think that his lifestyle might have some serious ramifications on his health down the line.
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

live for the moment

Fig. to live only for the pleasures of the present time without planning for the future. You need to make plans for your future. You cannot live just for the moment!He lives only for the moment.
Define living in the moment
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

live for the moment

Concentrate on the present, with little or no concern for the future. For example, Instead of putting aside funds for the children's education, Jane and Jim live for the moment, spending whatever they earn . [Mid-1900s] Also see for the moment; day to day, def. 2.
The American Heritage® Dictionary of Idioms by Christine Ammer. Copyright © 2003, 1997 by The Christine Ammer 1992 Trust. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.
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MAKING A CONNECTION WITH GOD: LIVING IN THE MOMENT

9/03/20: PONDERING THE BUZZ WORD: CONNECT

This morning in my devotions, the word CONNECTING is a buzz word. The last few weeks I have been asking to connect with Him. It is like a kyros moment where you KNOW God is right there NOW and you just made a connection. It makes my faith go radical and burst with a joy moment.

This morning, after I got up from devotions to get my hot drink, as I was sitting back down I heard Him say:

Faith, what stirs you? [Lord it is connecting with You.] Exactly.

[Thinking about making real connections with Him where my faith is activated.]

What really matters. Living in the moment. Without distraction. Allowing Me to weave in remembrances.

LIVING IN THE MOMENT – FULLY ENGAGED

Living in the moment is when you are fully engaged and aware. It is making a connection with what is going on, not just going through the movements. A 3 years ago when I visited Anna in asst living in her home town, we always sat with a niece and her aunt for meals. Her aunt had really bad dementia and the niece kept saying We are living in the moment. The aunt had no memory of what went on even a couple minutes prior, and so all she had was that moment in time and all her niece had to connect with her was that moment in time.

As I ponder this with my relationship with the Lord, it REALLY emphasizes the importance of journaling not only His Words to us, but also journaling them in a way to show the history of that moment: like what you were thinking, or dealing with at the moment. If they are recorded you can remember how precious that moment was when the Lord connected with you exactly where you were. Journaling takes a lot of time, but is He not worth it?

I remember when all was lost and David encouraged himself in the Lord. Journaling keeps into memory the precious works of God in our life. When we need encouragement we can go to our journal.

CONNECTION TO NOW

After pondering these things, I went back to re-reading Feb rhema and my eyes bugged out. The very next line was a new day of rhema and it was all about faith. I even had a quote in there: Faith is taking the first step even when you don’t see the whole staircase. That really hits deep with me, especially after this year of dry times.

Then I suddenly CONNECTED His above Words Faith and Allowing Me to weave in remembrances. When I heard it, I thought yes He weaves in remembrances in when I write Words to Ponder, also brings remembrances of old Words that dove tail into the now. But I had no idea He was speaking about the very next thing I was going to do, which was read my remembrances from Feb rhema. That was a God moment where we connected. I was able to make the connection with what He said into the NOW.

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This example clearly shows the importance of perspective. I applied “Allow Me to weave in remembrances” from a totally different perspective. But He was speaking about that very moment in time. My mindset changed to living in that very moment.

10/10/16 TIMING HELPS CONNECTIONS

Put your watch on. Timing. Why is this important? It helps you make the connection. It activates your faith. As you experience. It puts everything in the now. Now is the time. Now faith is. Now My kingdom come. Just as I said it would. To anticipate. Impact. 2100. This is important. Exercise your right to pray. Tongues.

2100 Hebrew – To gush out, freely flow; Pleasing God by rendering a good service to.

Ps 105:41-43 He opened the rock, and the waters gushed out; they ran in the dry places like a river. 42 For he remembered his holy promise, and Abraham his servant. 43 And he brought forth his people with joy, and his chosen with gladness.

CONNECTIONS AND TIME

Connecting takes kyros moment timing. In a reciprocal relationship, it takes 2 to reach out to connect. We can go through the motions, but to really connect it takes some kind of decision or maybe action to be fully engaged in the moment. My problem in being a forerunner is that I have heard Him speak of things 20-30 years ago. They wait on the back burner until suddenly the Lord highlights something and brings it into the now. God has been there all along, but it is not until I am fully applying what He said that my faith is activated and I am able to connect with Him now. That is reciprocal relationship.

Matthew 13:52 Then said he unto them, Therefore every scribe who is instructed concerning the kingdom of heaven is like unto a man that is a householder, who brings forth out of his treasure things new and old.

10/10/18 BRINGING OLD RHEMA TO CONCLUSION – HARVEST

Word For Wanting To Live In The Moment

I saw an old man who was driving a car. His hair was silver white and he appeared to be in his 70’s. Old rhema. Come to mind. I saw a cow and he is chewing his cud. Let it go, but connect it.

One Word For Living In The Moment

[This means rhema is in the past but when He brings it up, it is important to CONNECT it… make the connection with what is taking place NOW.]

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WORD TO PONDER: CONNECTING MY WORD WITH NOW 9/03/20

Japanese Word For Living In The Moment

Dear ones, I desire to connect with you in the very moment you turn your heart to Me. As you give Me time, I will bring into remembrance not only what I had said in the past, but I will weave it into what I am saying now. I desire to give you understanding which helps settle you. But even more so, I desire for you to experience the intimacy of reciprocal moments between us where you suddenly realize I am speaking to you exactly where you are at, at that moment. When we connect, our mutual joy kindles our loving connection between hearts. And the moment we connect, your faith leaps and grows.

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Learn to lay aside your perspectives, mindsets and presumptions of that I am saying, and ask Me to help you see what I have been saying in a fresh new way. Let Me weave what I have said over a long period of time into your now. You will find refreshment to your soul as we make the connection.

Matthew 14:27 But immediately Jesus spoke unto them, saying, Be of good cheer; it is I; be not afraid.