The best days of my life are beginning - right now!


Hee hee! Isn't this song brilliant! It totally lifts me from the doldrums even though the picture to go with the video is slightly weird and horror film ish!

Today's word for today is perfect for me too:

God Wants You to Succeed (1)
'..."The Lord... has pleasure in [our] prosperity."' Psalm 35:27
God delights in seeing His children succeed; what good parent wouldn't? Jesus said, 'If you then, being evil, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will your Father who is in heaven give good things to those who ask Him!' (Matthew 7:11 NKJV). David wanted to build the temple, but God chose his son Solomon instead. Sometimes our desires differ from God's, so we need to consult Him before we make a move. Usually God reveals His plan one step at a time. If your desire for something persists, it's an indication that God is leading you. So look for the signs, listen to the Holy Spirit, prayerfully evaluate everything, cultivate an instant response to God, reject all feedback that breeds doubt, ask God for wisdom and expect it. And don't be selective about who you're willing to receive wisdom from. After all, God once spoke through a donkey and changed history. The Bible says, '...Ask... God, and he will give it to you' (James 1:5 NLT). Wisdom is the ability to see and interpret things through God's eyes. What an advantage! The Psalmist says, 'The entrance of thy words giveth... understanding...' (Psalm 119:130 KJV). When God saves you, He renews your mind because that's the drawing-board for your future. Mind management should be one of your top priorities: '...Whatsoever things are... good... think on these things' (Philippians 4:8 KJV). Don't justify failure another day; refuse to stay bogged down; stop placing blame on others. Instead circle today's date on your calendar and declare that the best days of your life are beginning - right now!

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