Tomorrow Begins Today
// Kenneth W. Hagin
Many people say, "If I can just make it until tomorrow, my problems will all be over." No, they won't. If you don't do anything today about your problems, they will still be with you tomorrow. If you want to change your tomorrows, then change your todays. Tomorrow—your future—starts right now.
// Kenneth W. Hagin
Have you ever gotten something in the mail that read, "You have been chosen to be a part of this club"? I get those invitations all the time. I might look at them to see if there are benefits. But most of the time, there's nothing much to them.
Today, I would like to invite you to join a club. This is a club we all need to join. I've been a member for many years. It's called The Until Club. Its motto is "I cannot be defeated, and I will not quit." This club has been around a long time. David wrote about it in Psalm 57.
// Lynette Hagin
It's amazing how God gets us out of our comfort zone. He often puts us in places where we are not comfortable. Why? So we can rely on His comfort, wisdom, and strength.
Years ago when Rhema Bible Training College began, I asked God, "Where is my place?" I'd always been involved in ministry, but at that point in my life I didn't know where my place was. So I began to seek God diligently. I said, "God, show me where Your plan for me is in this whole picture."
Have you ever been driving or walking somewhere and found yourself completely lost? No matter which way you turned, nothing looked familiar and you had no idea where you were. Do you remember the feeling of relief when you finally found the right way?
Perhaps you're feeling lost in life as this new year begins. Maybe you don't know where you're going or what you're supposed to do. But there is Someone Who does know. God tells us in Jeremiah 29:11, "I know what I'm doing. I have it all planned out—plans to take care of you, not abandon you, plans to give you the future you hope for" (Message).
// Tony Cooke
Whenever we lose a loved one, we are forced to make many adjustments. While some adjustments are practical and external, others are emotional and internal. Some may seem trivial—others monumental. Any and every adjustment can be difficult to make, simply because change itself is difficult.
Human beings are creatures of habit. We prefer to live in our comfort zone. We arrange our life until we're comfortable; then we want everything to stay put.