Who Am I?
Who Am I?
Dec 08, 2016
Have you ever paused to consider that YOU are the author of the greatest story ever told – Your Story! Have you also ever considered that today, you will write a new chapter in your story? We all get the same gift of time, the same 24 hours, 1,440 minutes. How we choose to use our time is often the most critical decision we make in defining Who I Am.
So as you prepare to begin this new day, take a moment to reflect on the fact that you never face the day alone. Your Lord and Savior knows the next chapter and stands ready to walk alongside you as you journey through life. With a renewed confidence because of Him – let us reflect on these words; Who Am I ?
- I am work in progress, better today than yesterday, having a desire to improve for tomorrow.
- I am starting anew today. Forgiven by His grace. My history will not be a prediction of my future.
- I am able to serve Him by serving others. I am able to bring light into the dark times of others. Let me see the opportunities that You provide me.
- I am what I am, but I desire to be more.
- I am choosing to live life with boldness, confidence and a willingness to grow; Knowing that I have a Savior that loves me just where I am today.
- I am allowing my heart to be changed by looking for opportunities today to show others my love.
- I am going to choose to make a difference today.
Now go and meet the day. As a precious child of God you have been provided all the gifts and talents you need for today – share them. Someone is waiting for your smile, or your words that help remove someone’s fear and doubt. WOW, what an incredible day you have waiting for you. Now go write your story!
My Thought for Your Day
“I have no greater joy than this, to hear of my children walking in the truth”. 3 John 1:4
About the Author
Paul Minzlaff and his family have been members of Hales Corners Lutheran Church for almost 25 years. Paul has focused his service on serving as a lay worship leader as well as in men’s ministry, Ebenezer and Life coaching, and he is also currently completing a 2nd term on the Board of Directors. Paul is married to Pam and, together, they have two daughters, Elizabeth and Erika.
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