I'm sure we all have better days than others throughout the week.
Most of the time I depend on circumstances to decide whether my days are good or not. But, when I pause and think about the circumstances that have affected my day, I begin wondering what would happen if I put myself in the place of one of the millions of people in Africa that face devastating hunger every day....would I still consider my day a "bad day"?
If I was one of the many Christians being persecuted in the Middle East, would I be complaining because the wifi is not working, or because I have a headache?? Probably not.
There are at least two main useful tools that the Lord has given us to help us make every day a good day: one is Joy, and the other is gratitude.
"Resolve to be happy, and you shall form an invincible host against difficulties."
"Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you."
The Milk River
Hiking at Writing on Stone Provincial Park
Singing around the campfire.
Hope you enjoyed this week's post! see you all next week!! :)
Keep smiling, and God bless,