Jan 10, 2023
It's not too late to have a happy ending! Be confident that God will transform your story for good.
Good morning. Today, let us be reminded that we are special and unique individuals chosen by God to do wonderful things in this world. We all have moments in our lives where we may feel stuck, lost, or even in the pit. It can be hard to see our mistakes and easy to fall into confusion and denial. However, there is hope for a better tomorrow.
As a Christian, I have a conscience, which I like to call the Holy Spirit, that reminds me to turn to God when I need help to dig myself out of the pit. But it's important to note that we cannot keep doing the wrong thing and expect God to bail us out all the time. We need to be accountable for our actions and have the desire to do better. That is what we crave as Christians wanting to grow in our faith. If you find yourself not wanting to do better or get rid of your selfish ways, ask yourself why. Are you blinded by sin? Are you caught up in the ways of the world? It's easy in today's world to get caught up in selfishness and the latest trends, but we must remember that we are the trendsetters and we were created to do things differently.
Choosing the narrow path can be difficult, as it's not a path that everyone travels. But it's a path that leads to a destination that you can be sure of, and it can be a way to ease the stress in your life. When we make mistakes, God can use them as examples for others. No matter what, your life can be a testimony to others and it's important to be aware of what we're doing wrong.
Today, let us pray that the chains holding us back from our best life are broken in Jesus' name. I pray this for myself as well, as there are still things that I struggle with. But I am grateful for the challenges and trauma that I have faced, as they have enabled me to help others. Whatever it is that you're overcoming, know that God is using your story for the best. We can trust in Him, knowing that He is a good God. I am praying for you and rooting for you. Remember, the best is yet to come. Have a blessed week.