Daily Inspiration: Making Now Work


It was different before.  Different before I had kids. Different before I got this job. Different before my Mom died.  Looking at life from a "different before…" perspective is something Susan is very good at. Her challenge is accepting the change that comes after.

It started right after she met her husband. Susan began comparing life pre-Jerry and life with-Jerry. It’s like the kid’s book where you choose your own ending; Susan has two scenarios for every occasion. But in real-life you can’t choose to go back to a time “before,” it’s now.

Faith puts you in forward motion. God is by your side urging you to embrace what’s next. Whether you’ve just suffered the worst lost, or the greatest joy, your destiny is to continue on. Susan is working on it. She takes a deep breath and says a prayer when she catches herself coveting the past: Dear God, May I live in the now, choose now, and make now work.
 
Your life is what God planned for you. Reaffirm His creation by making good choices and building a future that honors His goodness and grace.


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