Why not indeed. If we take our Sunday spirit, one of renewal and thanks for God, and put it to energetic use, we can carry it forward in everything we do. After all, that's what God expects of us. He wants us to live our lives showing the love and devotion we have for Him through our faith and our living action. And if we really have this spirit and belief, we will do so.
Now all of us will falter from time to time and have our weak spells. They usually hit me around mid-week when I worry about my retirement and my older years, what needs to be done for upkeep on my farm, and what should I write about that will make my avocation turned writer a success. And this is natural; we all worry about our futures and where we are headed.
But since we Christians have hopefully recharged our batteries on Sunday, we have to keep our internal generators running so that the batteries don't run down. And this means living our life fully involved with our Savior and His commands for how we carry out our life as a Christian. Nobody said it would be easy, but we have to focus on Him and His plans for us and work everyday, not just Sunday, to make them happen.
So join with me in making your commitment to keep the Sunday Spirit alive in your heart and show it through your faith and love.
Oh Heavenly Father: Thank you for helping us charge our batteries on Sunday and brightening our hearts and souls through Thy love. Help us to take this Spirit and use it daily throughout the week in everything that we do. No matter how difficult and no matter how fearful we might be of the future, use us to do Thy will and accomplish the tasks that Thou wouldst have us do in this life on earth. Then we can look forward to a glorious Eternal World with Thee. We ask in His name, Amen
God bless each of you. Love one another.