A great day!

How is your day?

My prayer is that you choose that your day will be great no matter what’s happening. I pray that you become pro-active and decide that you keep your eyes and your thoughts on Jesus Christ. I promise you, you will have a great day! Amen!

It is written:

Psalm 119v14-16

“I rejoice in following your statutes as one rejoices in great riches. I meditate on your precepts and consider your ways. I delight in your decrees; I will not neglect your word.”

Yesterday, we meditate on how we maintain the peace that the Lord gives us. We have a work to do and we need His peace to do it. We can have a great, productive and creative day as we follow some basic steps:

  • keep rejoicing in Him – even in our darkest moment, if we keep rejoicing in Him, He will lift us up!
  • keep meditating in His ways, His Word and His perceptions…not ours!
  • keep being delighted in Him, being content in Him – He is sufficient!

Still, it is our choice how we will spend the day, how we will react to any stimulus. We need to remind our self those principles, so we do not lose our perspective.

Today, I choose a great day (…and I do have one, indeed!)

Remember, God is with you! Are you with Him?



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