"Most of the situations that entangle your mind are not today's concerns; you have borrowed them from tomorrow".

I found this statement earlier this morning during my quiet time and thought it extremely accurate.  I personally find it so hard at times to focus on today, and I don't seem to be alone.  Just last night I was visiting with a couple who were both attacked with fear and anxiety all over things that might occur in their future.  I think we are a generation of planners, we don't like surprises.  We want life to be like the drive-through window quick and fast so we can get on down the road.  But what do we miss today??  Psalms 118:24 says it best, "This is the day which the Lord has made; Let us rejoice and be glad in it".  I pray that we will all see today for exactly what it is, a gift from God with many opportunities to grow, touch others and enjoy the blessings that God has provided this specific day.

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Fri, September 30, 2011 @ 6:02 AM

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3. Marlon wrote:
Well done to think of sotmehing like that

Wed, November 28, 2012 @ 6:14 AM

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