New Mornings – New Days

Remember this Song? The steadfast love of our God never ceases, His mercies never come to an end, they are new every morning, Great is your faithfulness oh Lord!

This is the day the Lord has made, We will rejoice and be glad in it

I go walking every other day in the week, in those days, I have noticed every morning has its own look and feel, the Holy Spirit pointed this out to me! He made me realize just how different everyday is, full of its own promises and possibilities. A new dawn, a new rising, a jolly new day!

Take a deep breath, close your eyes. Imagine! A package is delivered to you from a loved one, not expecting this, you eagerly tear open the wrapping paper, excited at what may be in the box.

Every day is a gift given to us by God, the Creator of all things. Our breath is not ours to have, if you are awake in the morning, indeed the day is God-given.

So I ask, how do you greet your gift? With a sour attitude or, with delight? Do you with great expectation, unwrap your day knowing that it holds within, the great promises of God? Or do you wish that the sun didn’t rise? Do you grudgingly welcome the day or do you exclaim with Joy and Praise at the new day and its possibilities? Do you say a big thank you to the Giver of the day or do you simply ignore Him? after all it’s just another day.

God loves us deeply. He wishes that we know that every day is new and is his DAILY loving gift to us as a Father. Psalm 118: 24 reminds us that the day is made by Him. He asks that we rejoice and be glad in it. So welcome your day differently, it matters to God. As is often said; never stare a gift horse

in the mouth’. Grab the day-gift with both hands and unwrap with joy. Rejoice at the dawning of a new day. It is a privilege.


Prayer for this week

Thank you Lord for a brand new day. I am excited at what today holds in store for me. I am expectant at what you have prepared for me today and take hold of this. I will not waste today. In Jesus name I pray Amen.


Charge for this week

Enter with the password ‘Thank you!” Make yourselves at home, talking praise. Thank him. Worship him (Psalm 100:4 – Message Translation).
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