You can’t spend tomorrow’s money, celebrate tomorrow’s achievements—or resolve tomorrow’s riddles.
You have today!
Paul rejoiced in prison. David wrote Psalms in the wilderness.
Paul and Silas sang in jail. And Jesus prayed in the garden of pain.
Suppose—you choose not to work or worry your day away, but decide to give it a fair shake.
You trust more. Stress less.
Amplify gratitude. Mute the grumbling.
And what do you know? Before long the day is done and—surprisingly decent.
It’s what I call a day changer! So you resolve to do the same the next day and the next.
Days become weeks. Weeks become months. Months become years of good days.
It’s the way good lives are built. One good day at a time!
“This is the day the Lord has made! Rejoice and be glad in it!” Psalm 118:24
Have a great day—every day!