Most of us are aware of the principle of synchronicity which explains why two clocks in close proximity to each other will begin to tick in unison. Similarly, two swinging pendulums in proximity to each other eventually will become synchronized. Becoming and remaining aligned with God the Father requires that we remain in close proximity to him. The Scriptures encourage us to pray continuously with all kinds of prayers and requests. It is one of the best ways of becoming increasingly more synchronized and aligned with God. Alignment with God makes it easy to live in conformity with spiritual principles.
In addition, we need to become aligned with God's Word so that his will and purpose for our lives can be fulfilled. If we are not aligned with God's perfect will through his Word, we give the devil an opportunity to align us with his word and his evil purposes for us. Alignment with God's Word cannot occur unless we read, analyze and consume the Scriptures, preferably for at least one hour each day in one sitting, or in two half hour periods. The pre-2011 New International Version (NIV) is one of the best and truest translations.
Listening to audio versions of the Bible is not effective for the purpose of alignment with God because the voice of the speaker always will interrupt the process of alignment. However, audio versions can be used as an additional means of consumption if they do not contain subliminal programming. Similarly, reading pamphlets related to the Bible can be helpful, but they do not create a proper alignment with the Word of God, even if they contain Bible quotations. An effective alignment with God's entire Word occurs when we read from the actual Bible or from the New Testament, preferably for at least one hour a day. For purposes of alignment, the best time to read the Bible is in the morning or after awakening because we lose a significant amount of alignment during sleep.
Alignment with other faithful disciples and Christians who seek to live righteously also is important because it enables us to remain faithful to God. The Scriptures state that a chord of three strands is not easily broken (Ecclesiastes 4:12), and thus ideally, we should seek alignment with at least two other faithful disciples. We become aligned with other disciples when we pray and worship with them. If you are not in alignment with other disciples, you should know that you are much more likely to fall away from God.
Being proactive in preventing a fall away from God is highly advisable. Not only is the devil always on the prowl seeking someone who can be spiritually devoured (1 Peter 5:8), but also, curing or reversing a fall away is impossible (Hebrews 6:4-6). Falling away from God after you have received the indwelling Holy Spirit and have experienced his power in your life is akin to crucifying the Son of God a second time. There is one crucifixion, one genuine baptism for repentance and forgiveness of sins, and one resurrection from the dead. The blood of Jesus will continue to cleanse all future accidental sin and unrighteousness, as long as we remain faithful (1 John 1:5-10).