“I am with you always, even unto the end of the world.” (Matthew 28: 20)
It has been written that, “Wherever you are is the entry point.” What I like about this statement is that it affirms that we can always begin anew to strengthen our faith, start something new, or just feel that we are where we are meant to be.
Every day things are changing and every day we are at a new entry point. What we do with this new entry point, the decisions we make and the attitude we bring into this new NOW moment can be the difference between thriving, or crashing. This new entry point is the place from where our experience can build, and reveal to us the life that we wish to lead, filled with amazing possibility.
Feeling down, or hurtful? Today’s entry point can be a new beginning to feeling the healing power of God moving through our bodies and affairs. Feeling lost, or “tapped out?” Today’s entry point can be a new beginning to feeling the joy of new discovery and strength for what is next.
Our every positive thought is a new entry point in discovering more of how God works in our lives. It is a beginning to seeing our prayers being answered, our relationships being healed and our joy in living finding new blessings for which we can be grateful.
Celebrate your new beginnings today. New beginnings that are divinely blessed because of where you are at this very moment. Give thanks to God that new adventures and discoveries await you now and always.
Your entry point is blessed, and so is your continuing journey with each and every step you take, and each and every thought you have.
Affirmation: “Where I am is my new starting point. God is with me here and blesses my decisions. From this place I find the perfect guidance to move forward toward all that I wish to experience.”
Rev. Jefferson Beeker
We live our lives one thought at a time. Let each of those thoughts really count for something wonderful.
Be prepared to change your thinking and change your life.
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