I’ve decided I want to approach the coming New Year with a “Today” kind of attitude.
Goodness knows 2010 has been a challenging year for me personally, for family, friends and even our nation.
As I passed through some difficult waters one thing that helped was to take it just one day at a time. When I was uncertain about what tomorrow would bring…I was able to say, “Thank You Lord for what I have today.” When faced with overwhelming demands…I asked, “What do I need to accomplish today?”
When I have troubles or trials…it’s helpful to know that it’s for today. I don’t know what tomorrow will bring. But by God’s grace I can get through today.
I can be grateful for what I have today and not be presumptuous and demanding on the goodness and grace of God for tomorrow. I’m not guaranteed tomorrow…but I do have today.
May I be dependent upon the Lord today.
May I pray for what I need today.
May I praise and worship God today.
May I confess and repent of my sins today.
May I be ready for the Lord’s soon return today.
This is the day the LORD has made;
We will rejoice and be glad in it.
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