Listen to the Message
 

Psalm 105:1-5
There are ways you know today isn't going to be a great day.
The problem is that a day that begins off-track has less of a chance to end up on-track.
If you want to "win the day" so to speak, learn get an early lead.
Goodness and faithfulness of God.
 
1. Start Each Day with a Thank You.
  • Grateful people .............
  • If you don't have a tendency toward gratitude, I urge you to develop it.
  • Enter His gates with thanksgiving, and His courts with praise! (Psalm 100:4)
  • A heart filled with gratitude leads to a heart filled with praise.
  • God, thank for loving me regardless of how I feel.
2. Make a list of God's goodness and refer to it often.
  • Our problem is that we tend to forget all the times that
  • God has come through for us.
  • Remember.
  • Remember the wondrous works that He has done.
  • God comes through for us so often.
3. Move forward in full pursuit of God's presence.
  • God is with you always.
  • Am I with him?
  • Believing in God but living as though He doesn't exist.
  • This means you look at Him, and you look to Him.
  • Every day you will face challenges that are bigger than you are.
  • Look to the LORD and His strength; seek His face always. (1 Chronicles 16:11)
  • Spending the day in the awareness of God's abiding presence is a pathway to joy.
  • "maximize the outcome"
  • Get an early lead on the day, because the early lead gets the win.
  • We can give thanks for what we do have and experience the peace of God that transcends all understanding.