Wednesday’s W is a question: WHAT was your TODAY like?

“Oh you know, the usual.”

“Another day, another dollar.”

Most of us often don’t take this question seriously. It was just another day.  And then another. And another.

But I believe in the power of TODAY. Each day counts. Because the whole of life is really made of days like my yesterday and yours, our today and the tomorrows to come. Moments thread into days. One at a time. They are like the pearls in a necklace, and the whole is an entity made of the sum of its parts.  The beauty, quality and richness of life depends on the beauty, quality and richness of our days.  My yesterday and yours. Our today.  The tomorrows to come. One at a time.

Today counts.  And tomorrow.

If we purpose to make each day a masterpiece, we will find ourselves with a breathtakingly beautiful string of them.  Priceless. One pearl at a time.  One day at a time.

So, my friend, what was your day like?

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6 comments

  1. I love this!! God has been pointing this out to me more and more. I need to take things 1 day at a time. I’m only given grace for today, after all. That’s not to say I don’t plan for tomorrow, but I concentrate on serving the Lord today!

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  2. My today is what I choose to make of it. As long as I let God lead…..it’s a great day! When I fight where HE wants to lead…it’s a very tiring day.

    Everyday that you are upright breathing and have the love of God, family and friends…is good.

    God bless.

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  3. It’s sometimes easy to get caught up in that going on around you…living day to day…going through the motions..like Solomon said in Ecclesiastes..”meaningless..everything is meaningless…” He had ALOT of money, power, and wisdom..what many men and women strive their whole life to attain.. and yet, it didn’t seem to satisfy him.
    Living on purpose…seeing the Lord involved in my choices(little or big ones) is where satisfaction comes. I went to see my 93 year old grandma today..I didn’t really have the time and it wasn’t anything monumental but I felt the Lord wanted me to and so I was obedient. She may not remember that I even visited but we enjoyed our time together and there is satisfaction in knowing I did what the Lord wanted me to do.

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