part one

Celebrate

God all day, every day.

I mean, revel in him!

Make it as clear as you can 

to all you meet that you’re on their side,

working with them and not against them.

Help them see that the Master is about to arrive.

He could show up any minute!

Don’t fret or worry.

Instead of worrying, pray.

Let petitions and praises shape your worries into prayers,

letting God know your concerns.

Before you know it,

a sense of God’s wholeness,

everything coming together for good,

will come and settle you down.

It’s wonderful what happens

when Christ displaces worry at the center of your

life.

Summing it all up, friends,

I’d say you’ll do best by filling your minds and

meditating on things true,

noble,

reputable,

authentic,

compelling,

gracious—

best,

not the worst;

the beautiful,

not the ugly;

things to praise,

not things to curse.

Put into practice what you learned from me,

what you heard

and saw

and realized.

Do that,

and God,

who makes everything work together,

will work you into his most excellent harmonies.

Philippians 4: 4-9 (MSG)

I promised some writing today.

I thought it would be my own. 

What could be better than some writing from Paul.

This is part one because I  was planning to write about these  verses

 from a different version.

I read them in The Message today and it was too good not to share.

Enjoy these wonderful verses that express how to live life overflowing.

Tomorrow I will share about 

the God of:

all

anything

everything

everyone

always

In the meantime,  celebrate God…all day…every day…revel in Him!


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