Today is a new day. Make it count through submission to Jesus. You know that you enjoy finding people of obedience, so do likewise. Habits are good, but they cannot listen, comfort is calming, but it doesn’t reach and focus of today has no vision, so be a person of intentionality and purpose. Only then, others will see the God in you. Just as the day is new, renew your mind so that it is awake to the Holy Spirit for only He can illuminate God’s word and your path.
Every day, remind yourself of the kinds of things God can do and His immeasurable wisdom and power.
Do not confine God to what He has already done or by trying to anticipate what He will do next.
At times you may be held captive, exiled, or guilty by sin, take heart for God’s “new thing” is still for you
God’s “new thing” will make you prepared for whatever is to come, and out of it, you will find new perspectives for your praise unto Him.
Be confident that the Lord hears your cry and will attend to your needs.
Fear not, for the Lord your God is with you! God is in deep waters, and in the fire.
Put away from you a fraudulent mouth, and perverse lips put far from you. Proverbs 4:24
You are responsible for your JOY! Refill daily and share liberally.
Listen for the whisper of the Holy Spirit within. A way out is not always provided, but a way through has His promise.
Commit yourself every day to do the right things, and pray to the Lord’s help in so doing. Submit yourself to God’s terms. Doing so does not mean that God might manipulate you, but that He might bless you. God wants you to embrace His new things for your fulfilment and enrichment of others. All of God’s ways are righteousness, truth and peace.
And whatsoever ye do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God and the Father by him. Colossians 3:17
You maybe mistreated, but you have no excuse not to love as unto the Lord.
When treatment I receive is misplaced.
Grant me the strength to keep my place.
Grace and vengeance together cannot reside.
So vengeance is yours and in Your grace I’ll reside.