As we enter into the sixth month of the year and are almost halfway through 2021, you may be wondering where the time has gone or maybe feeling discouraged that you may have not accomplished as much as you had planned at the beginning of the year. Let me just encourage you that if you are reading this, you have done much already by getting up each day, continuing to show up each day, especially after the year we experienced globally in 2020. As long as God is sovereign and He is with us, there is hope. Today is a new day.
May this resource encourage you to evaluate where you are, where you may need to reset, realign, adjust, or refocus on the things that are most important to you to make the most of your time. I am a witness that He is the Redeemer of time! Enjoy!
But before you go…
***Tomorrow is not promised. Today is all we have. If you are reading this and haven’t accepted Jesus Christ as Your Lord and Savior, would you consider doing so right now? Jesus died so He could have a personal relationship with you and so that one day, when you leave this earth, you can spend eternity with Him. You can say a prayer similar to this:
Dear Lord, I acknowledge that I am a sinner and that I cannot save myself. You showed Your great love for me, while I was in my sinful state, by sending Jesus Christ to die for me. Today, right now, I declare that Jesus is the Son of God. I believe in my heart that God raised Him from the dead. Please enter into my heart, Lord Jesus, forgive me of all of my sins, and seal me with Your Holy Spirit. I choose this day to live for You, all the days of my life. In Jesus’ name, Amen.
If you said this prayer (or something similar) and you truly meant it, welcome to the family of God! Angels in heaven are rejoicing with you on the best decision you will ever make in life, and so am I! Please send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or respond to this post so I can celebrate with you!
Scripture references: The Holy Bible (NLT)
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