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“Chin Up! Tomorrow Is A Fresh Start”

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2 Corinthians 4:16 (ESV)     “So we do not lose heart. Though our outer self is wasting away, our inner self is being renewed day by day.

Dear Reader,                                                                                                               If today your life seems stressful and everything is going way too fast, remember that tomorrow dawns a new day.  You have a new beginning to look forward to when you wake up.  Everything in your life may seem to be out of control, but God is holding the reins and you need not fret. 

When you start your day off going 100 miles an hour, it is hard to sit still long enough to read the Word of God.  However, you need “spiritual gas” to get places, so you better fuel up!  Pick a Psalm or do a word search in your Concordance.  Maybe you want to look up a few scriptures about faith or trust.  If you have a copy of Oswald Chamber’s book, My Utmost For His Highest, I promise you will get a lot to think about if you read just one page.

Don’t let a busy day or a difficult trial keep you from God’s Word.  If reading is a challenge, listen to the radio as you drive to work.  Remember, everything is going to be alright….. maybe not today but eventually.  Now that is hope to hold on to for sure!

Blessings to you!

Genesis 1:5 (ESV)    “God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And there was evening and there was morning, the first day.”


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4 thoughts on ““Chin Up! Tomorrow Is A Fresh Start”

  1. thank you Cheryl, this was very uplifting

    • cherylz1961 on said:

      Thanks Ms Terry! Today the post was short but sweet. I am glad you found it encouraging. Did you have any trouble fining the new blog site/domain? There has been a BIG drop in views since the move and someone said they thought I had stopped posting.

  2. Beautiful, one of the posts I missed! God bless you! 🙂

    • cherylz1961 on said:

      Ms Sandra, You are always so encouraging. Thanks for spurring me on to better works.

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