Think On This

Posted on July 28, 2020

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Think On This

by Pastor Afolabi Oladele

What happened to you yesterday? Was it failure, abuse, hurt or indeed success! Pondering on Matthew 6:34, methinks for all the negatives you must take yesterday as buried; and only you can allow it to be resurrected.

On the other hand, tomorrow is yet to be born, so why be anxious over it. Beloved, you must not allow your yesterday nor your tomorrow rob you of today. Oh, covenant child of the living God, whatever happened yesterday, no matter how negative, your recovery begins when you learn to live today! No wonder we are warned in Hebrew 3:15 so we can enter into the rest that our heavenly Father gives.  

This is your wisdom:

The heavens proclaim the glory of God.
    The skies display his craftsmanship.
 Day after day they continue to speak;
    night after night they make him known.
 They speak without a sound or word;
    their voice is never heard.
 Yet their message has gone throughout the earth,
    and their words to all the world.

God has made a home in the heavens for the sun.
 It bursts forth like a radiant bridegroom after his wedding.
    It rejoices like a great athlete eager to run the race
. Psalm 19:1-5 NLT

Focus on what today is speaking, on the wisdom, understanding and knowledge of your Father manifest in all you see Proverbs 3:19-26 and you can rest in safety.  

By wisdom the Lord founded the earth;
    by understanding he created the heavens.
 By his knowledge the deep fountains of the earth burst forth,
    and the dew settles beneath the night sky.

My child, don’t lose sight of common sense and discernment.
    Hang on to them,
for they will refresh your soul.
    They are like jewels on a necklace.
 They keep you safe on your way,
    and your feet will not stumble.
 You can go to bed without fear;
    you will lie down and sleep soundly.
 You need not be afraid of sudden disaster
    or the destruction that comes upon the wicked,
 for the Lord is your security.
    He will keep your foot from being caught in a trap.
Proverbs 3:19-26

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