How to Make Your Ordinary Day Extraordinary!
“I will be glad and rejoice in your loving kindness, for you have seen my pain. You knew about the distress in my soul.” Psalm 31:7.
When we take the time to step back and see the beauty in the world around us, it is easy to feel close to God. By taking a moment out of our day to appreciate his creations, we can feel his presence more strongly in our lives. Even if we don’t have anything specific to praise him for, simply acknowledging his greatness can be enough to make our day extraordinary.
By looking at our day through the lens of gratitude, we can find joy in the simple things and make our ordinary day extraordinary. Therefore, do not let your yesterday’s ungrateful mode ruin today’s glory. Because someone elsewhere looks to this day to see, unfortunately for them, the chapter of the book of life was closed before midnight yesterday. So, no matter how life treated you yesterday, wake up each day, and be grateful. Remember, it is by the grace of God that makes it possible to wake up.
Ephesians 1:3 says, “Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us in Christ with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places.”
God knows about the distress in your soul. He sees what’s going on with you now and that you need to get back up again. He sees your strength and determination. Therefore, do not worry because being worried does not impress or inform God. But your prayer, gratitude, and worship will invite God’s presence into your situation. If you invite God’s presence into your life through praise and worship, your heart must not be mixed with anger, bitterness, unforgiveness, or worry. Instead, it should be filled with gratitude, mercy, love, and joy.
It is through unmixed joyful moments that we can indeed receive God’s presence in our lives; that is why He put the song of praise in the heart of you and me as a way to help us express the beauty of life. Therefore, let your daily attitude be filled with unleavened joyous excitement and gratitude; if people ask you why you are happy, remind them that “This is the day which the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it “(Psalm 118:24). Amen. Psalm 150:6 says, “Let everything that has breath praise the Lord! Praise the Lord!” Amen.
1. Raise your hands, thank God, and shout the blood of Jesus.
2. Plead the blood of Jesus in every area of your life, family, and career, and then give God the praise.