Years ago, I learned an acronym that I have never forgotten: H-A-L-T. It was explained that we are to “halt” or stop whenever we are hungry, angry, lonely or tired. Charles Stanley explains it so well:
Commit now never to make important decisions when you are too hungry, angry, lonely, or tired. Instead, be honest at those times and admit you’re unprepared to make sound judgments. Then delay the decision until you can approach it with prayer, patience, and godly wisdom.
from the magazine, In Touch, January 2013, page 47.
Do you need to HALT today?