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The End and the Beginning

It’s the end of a long day, and I feel like I’ve been racing through it all.  Our programs are winding down for the school year, I’ve been interviewing people for our open position, I took a group out to dinner to thank them for all their hard work, etc., etc., etc.  You know how it goes.  You’ve probably had the same kind of day.  

I’m looking forward to heading home to get some rest.  And then it will start again.  But that’s o.k.  In fact, it’s great.  I say that because I get to see another sunrise, enjoy the gift of co-workers, thank a bunch of volunteers, plant my tomatoes, and thank God for loving me the way He does.  It’s funny.  As soon as I typed that last line, I realized I got the order mixed up once again.

If we want our days to go right, we need to start with God, and thank Him for the fact that we lived to see another day.  What a gift!   Every new day He presents us with a chance to make it a better day.  It’s up to us.  Think about it when you open your eyes tomorrow morning.

By seedthrower1

I'm passionate about helping people realize that God wants to make something new of them and bring about a permanent transformation in their lives: body, mind, and spirit.

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