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It’s Time To Set The Tone

Each day when you wake up, do you expect the goodness of God in your life? Do you spend time setting the tone for a day of success, favour and blessings?

Don’t spend time worrying about what happened yesterday, last week, last month or last year; today is a new day. Right now, you have the power to make change in your life. Things may be bad all around you. People may be negative, complaining and discouraged, but don’t let that spirit rub off on you. Instead, choose to bless the Lord at all times. Let His praise continually be in your mouth. Hallelujah!

Today, be determined to set the tone for this new day, by speaking of faith, success, favour and blessings over your future. Have high expectations that your path will shine brighter and brighter each day. Enlarge your vision and make room for God to do amazing, abundant things in every area of your life!

“I will praise the Lord at all times. I will constantly speak His praises.” (Psalm 34:1, NLT)

Pray With Me
Yahweh, I will bless You at all times. Father, I have decided to set the tone for my day so I can receive Your favour, grace, mercy and success. God, thank You for Your faithfulness to me at all times. I will constantly speak Your praises, in ’s Name! Amen! 

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By Pastor Ray Patrick

Evangelism. Outreach. Ministry.
Pastor Ray Patrick is a R.E Teacher at The Eden School

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