“For I tell you that many prophets and kings have desired to see what you see, and have not seen it, and to hear what you hear, and have not heard it.” – Luke 10:24

These are exciting times! Yes, the world is losing its mind and chaos is everywhere, but we are part of the very things King Jesus has warned about long ago. He said don’t be surprised and don’t be deceived. Don’t let your heart grow weary. Jesus was in your today and He prepared you for such a time as this.

Declaration: Today is a good day! I will not be deceived and refuse to grow weary. I will see God’s promises for me and my family come to pass.

A Good Day to Rejoice

Let me start by saying if anyone reading this right now is feeling hopeless, you need to understand you are a victim of influence and it’s a great big lie.

This is not a terrible day to be alive. This is a wonderful day to live! The good Lord made this day with blessings and hidden treasures waiting for you and me. We have a choice though. We can choose to be led by the big fat lies in the media influenced by hopelessness and despair, or we can be led by the Word of God, influenced by the Holy Spirit.

King David reminds us to rejoice and be glad in our day. What else did he say of this day? Glad you asked. King David declares,

Save now, I beseech thee, O LORD, I beseech thee, send now prosperity.” – Psalm 118: 25

Say what? So, King David was worshipping the LORD for saving his life and in the same breath he asked God for more? He really had some grit to ask for prosperity after God just saved his life again. That is exactly what King David did. He immediately started to declare, “God to do it again. Bring breakthrough victory again!”

My friend, you need to be someone who makes declarations like King David! Do it again, LORD! Breakthrough again. Move in my marriage, my children’s lives, my finances, my job. Do it again, LORD. I beg you, send now prosperity!

When you invited Jesus into your heart and asked Him to become the Lord of your life, you chose life and life more abundant. Anything outside of an abundant life is an opportunity to cry out to the Lord in faith to do it again. Just like King David, we need to have expectancy in our hearts every day that God will do it again. 

Just like that, I wonder how things might change in your life if the first thing you did every morning was thank God for waking you with breath in your lungs. How might your day be different if before you lifted your phone, you lifted a praise of thanksgiving and said, “Good morning, Lord. Thank you for this day You have made. I will rejoice and be glad in it”? Try it. I know you’ll like it!