A fresh start
Today, Paul Marc Goulet wrote the message of “A Miracle Every Day”. I pray his message and audio will bless you today.
It’s important to learn how to press the reset button in your life.
I’m so grateful for new beginnings. My grandkids really enjoy beating me at any video game that I’m willing to play. And they have a lot of time for it these days, since they must be inside a lot. They are so good at video games; I am so bad at them. I have discovered a secret: in my worst moments, right before they win, I press the reset button. At first, I could pretend that I pressed it accidentally, but after one or two efforts they realized the truth; Papa G had found his only solution to being utterly disgraced… I love the reset button!
Wouldn’t it be great to have a reset button in real life? Can you imagine, being able to press it after an accident or a big mistake? Or after all the really tough situations we’ve faced from the coronavirus? Or after all the really tough situations we’ve faced from the coronavirus?
To tell you the truth, we do have this ability. It’s called grace and mercy. Paul the Apostle seemed to fully grasp this when he said: “For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith – and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God.” (Ephesians 2:8, NIV)
I’ve leaned on this truth for many years. I’ve met so many people who seem to have lost their reset buttons. They’re full of shame, regret and bitterness. They seem to be crippled by their past failures and the hurts that were caused by others.
Have you ever felt stuck in the past or weighed down by guilt or anger?
I’m praying you’ll try a few steps that will help you be able to press the reset button:
- Let go and let God. Letting go of all your past will free up your hands to grab onto God.
- Forgive yourself and others for all sins and mistakes.
- Get a clear vision for your future. Believe God has something better for you.
Look straight ahead; you can’t move forward looking in the rear-view mirror.
You’re a miracle.
Paul Marc Goulet
Thank you, Paul Marc, for sharing this today!
Thanks for existing!