Brand new day

I believe that today is a brand new day. I don’t think that there has ever been another day just like it in the history of the world. Many of the details of life throughout the world and even in your own personal situation are different today than they have ever been before. A simple example is the fact that you are now another day older than you have ever been before.

Other examples of differences can be cited in the fact that throughout the world thousands of individuals have died in the last twenty-four hours and thousands of babies have been born, so thousands of families have been changed in our world. And one of these families might be yours. Thousands of changes are taking place moment by moment in the lives of people in their families, neighborhoods, villages, towns, cities, and nations of the world as each day comes and goes. The weather is never exactly the same in any particular area from day to day, and even the time of the sunrise and sunset varies from day to day throughout the seasons, so no two days can ever been exactly the same in regard to all of these details of this basic factor of weather.

Each day is a brand new day

Change in the circumstances of our daily lives is the only constant that we can really see. Nothing remains the same from day to day, so each day is a brand new day. And we should be excited about that. The problems and poor decisions that we made yesterday are each gone, and we have new opportunities to address the changing circumstances of our lives in the brand new day in which we are living.

What are you doing today, in the moments that you have, to make the best use of this brand new day in which you are living? What decisions and actions are you taking that may provide some really good benefits for you and others with whom you are directly involved in the course of this brand new day? Let’s talk about this.

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Brand new day — 3 Comments

  1. Funny thing, I read this yesterday and really had nothing to say… but today is indeed a new day. I had a promising job interview where I learned a few new things, met some interesting new people, tried a new lunch spot, walked in the rain and found a new attitude. Not bad considering it is only 2:30… God willing the rest of the day will be as good.

  2. I was caring for a woman this past summer who was failing in health. She asked me a very difficult question “What do you think Gods purpose for me is?”. I was taken back and didn’t know what to say. The only thing I could think of was to pull out my heart shaped key chain the reads “Each day is a gift from God” and show it to her. She passed away about a month later. We should really cherish each day as a gift from God!

  3. I often feel frustrated that the purpose of the day is often not clear to me. Lately I have come across one of the larger “Bible sites” that posts a daily devotion & I am amazed (although I guess that I should not be) at how often that the daily devotion relates directly to what I am experiencing at that very moment. Perhaps it is a chicken vs egg type situation, but I try not to think about that too much and just enjoy it for what it is.

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