Graham Cooke: You need to find your own unique rhythm with God.

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You are made in a particular way. You are designed to worship in a particular way. Find that for yourself and you will have a great life worshiping! My prime way of loving God is with my mind. I love having brilliant thoughts. I adore meditation, and it always leads me just to worship and to rejoice. There are times when I can sit for a few hours and just think about God. Sometimes I’ll just start crying because the thoughts I’m having are so incredible, it’s like I can’t get my worship out fast enough! Something happens to me, something grabs hold of me in that context, and then I go into other forms of worship. It’s just amazing the way that God has made each one of us, and you need to find your own unique rhythm with God, and you need to know how you personally are designed by the Maker, and how when the Holy Spirit comes with worship, how you vibrate in worship. What is the sound of worship that most touches you?
(from The Way Of The Warrior [Live Version])

Graham Cooke: Just set the problem aside and focus on worshiping God. 

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Before we open our minds to think through an event or circumstance that is troubling us, it is helpful to come to a place of worship. Just set the problem aside and focus on worshiping God. The place of worship is the place of trust and faith. In the midst of our worship we are renewed in spirit and mind and can more easily access a deeper level of spiritual wisdom.
(from Hiddenness & Manifestation)

Graham Cooke: God is giving you encouragement and patience in all of your circumstances. 

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The Lord has allocated patience to us in all of our life situations. I have people in my life whose role seems to be to empower me to become patient! When we are wronged, we all want to defend ourselves. We want to let everyone know that we have been wronged. The Bible says, why don’t you practice patience? Romans 15:5 says, “May the God who gives patience and encouragement grant you to be of the same mind.” God is giving you encouragement and patience in all of your circumstances. 
(from Cultivating The Fruit Of The Spirit)