We look back and remember what was.
When we should be looking forward and stating what will be.
We use words like did, done, used to, and have.
We add the suffix -ed to words like dreamed, envisioned, desired and wanted.
Though the past is healthy at times to reflect upon, it can also hinder our momentum going forward.
Take your past and build your future on top of it.
If you are so young that you do not have much of a past yet, remember, you will have.
Begin to use more words like will, can and shall.
Add the suffix -ing to your words like dreaming, envisioning, desiring and wanting.
Over the next few days make a list of past tense words that describe your life and change them to reflect your expectations for the future.
“Forget all that–it is nothing compared to what I’m going to do! For I’m going to do a brand new thing. See, I have already begun!” Isaiah 43:18 (TLB)