"I live in the now, giving thanks for the blessings each day contains."
Trying to relive the past or predict what is to happen in the future can keep me from enjoying the present moment. Therefore, I make a commitment to live in the now, secure in the knowledge that God is in charge and all is well.
If I ever find myself feeling overwhelmed by the complexities of life, I remember that I can live only one day at a time. I know I have the faith, strength, and courage to turn any challenge into an opportunity for spiritual growth.
I do not allow memories to stand in the way of today's blessings. I let go of the past and open the door to new blessings. I do my best and leave the rest to God.
I think thoughts that are positive and uplifting. Such thoughts fill my day with joy and act as a magnet that draws amazing experiences to me.
"Now is the acceptable time."
- 2 Corinthians 6:2
(From : 'Daily Word' magazine by Silent Unity, a world wide prayer ministry)