Bragging about a future you don’t have.

Don’t brag about tomorrow,

    since you don’t know what the day will bring.
Let someone else praise you, not your own mouth–
    a stranger, not your own lips.

— Proverbs 27:1-2 NLT


We need to put a screeching halt to our over confidence in our immediate future,  because we do not have that permission to stamp approval of God for tommorrow.

Today was the tomorrow of yesterday.  So, now that we are in our today we can be truly restful for how things worked out yesterday.  Even though tomorrow has not shown up, we can anticipate wth expectancy that the Lord will recover our souls and cause us to awaken to a brand new dawning.

The point is not to set up to much beyond what you have been promised.  That is like living above what you can afford, and then you sit in the middle if your stuff in full complaint about it being to overwhelming.

Yesterday’s issues have been done, today has a whole new set of the vs you need to focus on.  Put it in the prayer request box in Heaven.  God will give you a sufficient amount of blessing to handle your debt and settle your affairs.  Trust the Lord’s supply. 

Tomorrow is in its way as long as God has it planned to do so, and it will be what it will be.  There is nothing we can do about how our day turns out,but we can pray and be full of thanksgiving for what the Lord has planned for us.  He will cause your enemies to be at peace with you.  He will turn a gray sky blue if that’s what you ask of Him.

He will not how ever shuffle the deck for you.  He will not change theevents of the day because you want favorable conditions all the time.  Sometimes we need it to be a challenge to our belief.  Mostly, to make sure that we still hold to strong convictions that ae Godly.

Our days will go well because we trust God to give us directions in it.  If you and I stop trying to drive something that is to big for us to control and get into our car seat and buckle up.  Then we wouldn’t have these disasters that keep happening to us.  Let God do the driving. 


Published by drsmascradd

Ordained Elder, Husband, and Father.

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