Greater things are yet to come, greater things are still to be done.

I really like the Christian Musical Artist, Chris Tomlin.  Another favorite song I have of his is, “God of this City.”  I would like to encourage you to listen to the musical video on you tube.  Just search Chris Tomlin, God of this City.

It is so true there are greater things yet to come, and greater things are still to be done. People need to know that there is hope.  That there is a God that loves them.  That there are lives yet to be touched and changed for the glory of God.

Wake each day knowing that you live in a great country.  Start your day in prayer and have an attitude of gratitude.  Perform a random act of kindness.  Call a friend or family member and tell them you are thinking of them.  Tell those you love that you care and that you are thankful that they are in your life.

If you know someone that doesn’t know the saving grace of Jesus Christ and the love of our God.  Tell them with empathy and passion.

If you have had a bad day, a bad week, a bad year; greater things are yet to come.  Good days of joy are yet to come!  Cast your worries unto God and He will give you rest.  Do your best and let God take care of the rest.  People, things, and goodness will come into your life.  You must seek and open the eyes to your heart and see it.

Greater things are yet to be done.  There are people to encourage, friends yet to be made, and maybe families yet to have.  There are lives still to be touched, hearts to be enouraged.

Travel though your day in in optimism knowing you are loved and thankful for what you have and who you have in your life.

PRAYER: “God thank you for this day, another day to be glad and rejoice in it.  Thank you for my job, for my children, friends, food and a roof over my head.  Thank you for another day to shine your light in me. To be able to talk, walk, work and be enthusiastic in your grace.  I love you God, let others see you in me.  Especially my children, family and friends.   Show me the greater things yet to be done in my city.  Amen.”

If you are hurting.  If you are having a bad day.  If you have a prayer requests, post it on my blog, or submit a reply.  I will pray for you.  Together we will find and disccover it may not be as bad as you think, and that there is hope in the darkness.

Greater things are yet to come, greater things are yet to be done.

Blessings,

DW

God of this City by Chris Tomlin

You’re the God of this City
You’re the King of these people
You’re the Lord of this nation
You are

[Verse 2]
You’re the Light in this darkness
You’re the Hope to the hopeless
You’re the Peace to the restless
You are

There is no one like our God
There is no one like our God

[Chorus]
For greater things have yet to come
And greater things are still to be done in this City
Greater thing have yet to come
And greater things are still to be done in this City

[Verse 1]

[Verse 2]

There is no one like our God
There is no one like our God

[Chorus]
For greater things have yet to come
And greater things are still to be done in this City
Greater things have yet to come
And greater things are still to be done here

There is no one like our god
There is no one like our God

[Chorus]
Greater things have yet to come
And greater things are still to be done in this City
Greater things have yet to come
And greater things are still to be done here

About DW

Living out my Ikigai and helping others find theirs which consists of seeking to launch life with purpose, navigating with principles, and exploring with passion!
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