Today is your best day


In God we boast all day long, And praise Your name forever.

Psalm 44:8 (NKJV)

Here are four reasons why today is your best day.

– Today is your best day because you are here. God has placed you in this moment of time for a purpose, and the things that happen to you today will be an unfolding of that purpose.

– What happened to you yesterday, however easy or difficult, was used by God to help prepare you for what He has for you today.

– God will use what happens today to prepare you for what He has for you in future days.

– God has used your past and worked it all together for the good, and He will use this day to add to the good that He has already worked in your behalf.

If you are in Jesus Christ and your heart is committed to God’s plan for your life, it means that today is your best day.

Today is your best day because you can grow a little more in your faith, a little more in your maturity, and a little more in your intimacy with Jesus.

Today you can take another step higher as He takes you from glory to glory; take another step deeper as you grow in His love; take another step further as you obediently walk with Him.

Today is your best day because it has brought you one day closer to the coming of the Lord.

Devotional excerpt by Roy Lessin, from his new book Today is Your Best Day.

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4 thoughts on “Today is your best day

  1. I love this post. I needed it. It is my best day and He is mine and I am His. I am also in a storm and like some fisherman in a boat, I am scared but you reminded me that He will calm the storm all this leads, teaches, comforts, prepares me for the purpose that is His for my life. Thank you.

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    1. I’ll be praying for you. I feel a little inept right now, ’cause I’m going through my own storm, but thank God it is on a physical level. Unfortunately when I’m feeling bad physically, it seeps over into all other areas, too. I’m glad the message ministered to you. It ministered to me, and we all need that ministered-to feeling. God bless you, Martha.

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      1. Thanks; I find my writing is ministering to me quite often, so I can relate.. My storm is a life change season and provision crisis, in human eyes. I know He has a plan and I’m His. It is still hard to sleep when the bills come and I wonder how to . . .

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