Earlier this morning I sent a text to someone that said, “Whose to say, that this may not be the greatest day of your life?”
And it truly may be.
We go into our days, each day, some of us, with the thought, “What tragedy will befall us today?”
I tend to end my day with the thought, “Thank you for helping me to overcome the day that I have just lived. Help me to live better tomorrow.”
I was walking the dogs this morning. I had awakened at 4:30 a.m., got in the gym by 5:00 a.m., got back home by 6:20 a.m., prepared breakfast for the sixteen year old, got ready, (kind of), and flew out the door.
My thought is this.
Each one of us have the same amount of time in a day. 24 hours.
The President of the United States, the world’s most influential business leaders, John Mayer, me, all of us, any of us.
What we accomplish and how we accomplish it is entirely up to us and God, or God and us.
God designs the day, we enter into it.
I had a divine appointment just yesterday that I would not have seen coming, but, I am so glad it did. A chance opportunity at a business luncheon.
God is moving directly toward you today in the form of people.
They may not look like what you think God should look like.
That is how you will know it is Him.