the things of old. Behold, I will do a new thing." Isaiah 43:18-19
Each new day offers countless opportunities to celebrate life and to serve others. But each day also offers countless opportunities to fall prey to the many distractions of our difficult times. I don't know what opportunities yesterday
offered you, but today is a "New" day; a "New" beginning. Yesterday no longer has power over you because it doesn't exist anymore. We fall prey to yesterday when we can't let go of the former things. Consider this day a new beginning.
Consider it a fresh start, a renewed opportunity to experience God's grace, mercy, love and power. Do not consider yesterday, but take today and the days that follow as opportunites to trust God even the more to do a "New" thing in
your life, and in the life of your love ones and those you serve. Distractions will come to try to get you off focus. When you are going through, fight for your mind to be stayed on Jesus; the author and finisher of your faith! Starting today, make your life a celebration. After all, your talents are uniques, as are your opportunities. So make a decision to not allow life circumstances to bring you down, but to build you up. Enjoy your new beginning today!
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