How to Have a Good Day

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I read this thought from Levi Lusko this morning and it resonated with my spirit. Everything is a choice. Including how we go through our everyday lives. It is all about how we decide to start our day.


It’s hard to have a bad day that starts well. Not impossible, but you make it harder for things to go sideways and your attitude to get sour if things begin on the right foot. If you start your months well, your weeks well, and your days well, you position yourself to receive from God all he has for you. A lot of people sit under open heavens with closed windows. So what does it look like to open them up? At the start of the month, give God your first fruits; at the start of the week, gather together with God’s people; and at the start of the day, get in God’s presence, and then come what may, you’ll have already had a great day!

The Psalmist said, “This is the day the Lord has made, I will rejoice and be glad in it.” Start your day in God’s presence and learn to rejoice always, and again I say rejoice. This was the Apostle Paul’s secret to life. You cannot go wrong by beginning each day in prayer and Bible reading. It will shape your day, especially if you include thanksgiving and rejoicing. Now, have a great day!

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