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Sunrise is the perfect time to collect your thoughts and set the tone for your day.  While there can be great expectancy about the dawning of a new day, nothing is worse than feeling trapped by your past, dreading today or fearing the future.  True freedom comes as you rest in the knowledge that Jesus has your past, present and future under control.  Below are a few things that commonly entangle and hinder true freedom and daily fullness of life.

Failure to forgive and release the pain of your past will trap you in a yesterday response.  Your freedom to live fully present begins when you extend forgiveness and release your past to God.  You may have to forgive daily or even hourly until the burden is gone, but rest assured that in doing so, you will create a pathway for His restoration in your life.  You can trust God to deal with those who have wronged you as well as bring restoration to your own personal failures.  Always remember that yesterday’s failures are only events and not indicators of your future potential. 

Once you release the past, it’s time to confidently press forward toward your future.  God is equipping you for success and letting go of the past frees you up to take action on God-appointed opportunities as they become available.  Allow yourself to embrace the dreams He has placed in your heart, and begin to step out in faith toward those new things.  You can depend on God’s restoration to uniquely position you to experience greater purpose today and every day.

Embrace a fresh start every day.  God’s liberating, cleansing power is what enables you to live each day free from any guilt, or shame that would want to control your life.  Always remember that it’s God’s will for you to live free and experience the abundant life that comes through faith in Jesus.  Each new day holds extraordinary potential when you embrace it as a fresh start.

Spiritual Perspective:  Hebrews 13:8* says it perfectly, “Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever.”  Nothing in your life is beyond the realm of God’s liberating, restoring touch.  He can heal your memories from yesterday; guide you through today and fill you will hope for your future.  Invite God’s healing and restoration to intersect any places where pain or failure have impacted you, and watch Him bring new life to your past, present and your future.

You can live fully available today and every day.  It just takes a fresh perspective on your past so you can live with hope for your future.  Investing in one of my Clear Life Purpose ™ coaching programs will help you connect the dots and get back on track.  To find out how, simply click here!

Renew, Refresh and Refocus:  What or whom do you need to forgive and release in order to make a pathway for God’s restoration in your life?  How will you embrace each day as a fresh start?  In what ways can you make yourself available to take action on God-appointed opportunities this week?

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* Scripture taken from the New King James Version. Copyright © 1982 by Thomas Nelson, Inc. Used by permission. All rights reserved. (New King James Version)

 

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