Waiting for you every morning is an opportunity for newness. An opportunity to position yourself to overcome yesterdays challenges or mistakes. An opportunity to hear, learn and grow with fresh insights or the expansion of old ones. If you failed yesterday, there is mercy and momentum today for a fresh start. Today is your chance to overcome yesterday’s fears. It is your chance to simply overcome. It is your chance for wholeness to flow into any area of your life. Wholeness that will never falter again.
The point of this isn’t to encourage failure; it is to encourage growth. They often get mixed into the same message depending on the messenger. I am encouraging you to cease the day and take hold of what is before you. Learn from yesterday and be transformed today. Be encouraged that growth, understanding and empowerment is available for you today. The door is open to be more then a conqueror, which means you more then just conquer, you completely overcome.
Live for today and forever. Accept the empowerment He gives each morning. Live with the joy of His power so that soon, yesterday, today and forever will be perfected in Love. Sometimes, there is no tomorrow, but more then likely, there will be and His mercy and empowerment will be waiting for you to receive it again.
Soon you will have overcome on the day of His power for you will be a volunteer. Volunteers are driven by love because they “choose” to receive His mercy and grace each day. Volunteers are overcomers as they are being perfected in Love.
Let us continue to learn to be perfect, as our Heavenly Father is perfect, by not denying the power that is available to us each morning. Innocence is ours to overcome positioning us as more then a conquerers.
“Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed, for his mercies never end. They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.” Lamentations 3:22-23
“Your people shall be volunteers, In the day of Your power; In the beauties of holiness, from the womb of the morning,You have the dew of Your youth (Innocence). Psalm 110:3
“To the one who overcomes, I will give a place to sit with me on my throne, just as I have conquered and have sat down with my Father on his throne.” Rev 3:21