Sunday, September 19, 2010

The Best Is Yet To Come

Yesterday was good, today has been better and tomorrow will be better than today.  The best is yet to come. Nan Forehand

Thank you, one and all for all the special happy birthday wishes you sent my way yesterday (and today)!  Turning 50 last year was a breeze and my 51st birthday didn't disappoint!  I tell you the best is yet to come!  Life truly does keep getting better and better.  In the quote I wrote "tomorrow will be better than today", and in saying such a statement, I am boasting in the Lord, simply because I believe in Him and His promises and He doesn't disappoint either! 
I am so thankful to be alive and I am so happy.  I truly pray everyone will let go of anything that hinders happiness from flooding the soul and simply "Don't worry.  Be happy."  Trust in the Lord and His perfect timing.  Wait patiently and keep your ear tuned to hear Him calling.  Remember, God knows how to whisper. Sometimes He whispers just to make sure we're doing more than hearing; we have to listen.  Be an active listener, be alert and be good!  Life gets better than you can imagine! 

Yesterday's Tomorrow

written by Nan Forehand
Saturday, April 22, 2006

yesterday's tomorrow
isn't ours to borrow

yesterday's tomorrow
need not be filled with sorrow

yesterday's tomorrow will take care of itself
don't put your faith in God on a shelf

always give credit to the Heavenly Host
for yesterday's tomorrow we should not boast

to say "don't worry about tomorrow" is an invitation
for yesterday's tomorrow one can experience jubilation

give God the credit He's due
and yesterday's tomorrow will come shining through

if yesterday's tomorrow is to be God's will
the sun will rise and we'll hear mockingbird's trill

enjoy yesterday's tomorrow in a special way
for yesterday's tomorrow is today!!

Proverbs 27:1
Do not boast about tomorrow, for you do not know what a day may bring forth.

1 comment:

  1. Happy and blessed late birthday.....I am enjoying your devotionals and poems. You are a treasure and an inspiration.

    Dale Heath