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My keychain says each day is a gift from God. While I know that’s true, some days just don’t feel like a gift all tied up in ribbons and bows.
You know what I mean? Those hard days. The ones when we ask…
The Father gives good gifts, and every good gift is from above. So when the day doesn’t feel like a gift, we have a choice to make. What are we going to trust as truth?
You know what?
When life takes a difficult turn, lift up your head and turn to the Son.
His love will satisfy the deepest places no feelings could hope to fill.
What is the gift? Is it the day itself?
God’s unconditional love every day. It never ends. His mercies they fail not and He is faithful. Everyday. That is a gift no matter what happens in that 24 hour chunk of time.
Have you ever taken a walk on the wild side, because you know what’s wild?
God put on flesh and got His feet dirty. Then He washed other people’s feet. God did this. A gift.
He taught us how to live, how to love, how to serve. He took our sins upon Himself, died on a cross, rose on the third day after being shut up in a tomb, reconnected with the people He loved, then ascended into heaven to prepare a place for us. God is getting a place ready for us.
Now say this:
God is preparing a place for me.
And if that’s not wild enough, He is wild about us.
Maybe the question isn’t whether today is a gift, but rather, what are we doing with the gift of today?
When our today doesn’t feel like a gift, we can ask God to help us unwrap it. Inside is the purpose and plan for the day. No matter what it is, He is in it. He is in all of our days, not only the rest of our life days on earth, but the rest of our eternal days at that place He is making ready for us.