First and Foremost

What you should want most is God’s kingdom and doing what he wants you to do. Then he will give you all these other things you need. So don’t worry about tomorrow. Each day has enough trouble of its own. Tomorrow will have its own worries. Matthew 6:33-34 ERV

If you surrender to God’s will, He will transform your life. Such an act of faith will take you from surviving to flourishing, from confusion to clarity, and from feeling alone to being connected to God’s love.

The Bible is a constant reminder to seek God’s kingdom and righteousness first. But it’s not always easy to do that—because we worry about tomorrow, next week, next month, and even next year.

But what if we didn’t worry about the future? What if we just lived each day to the fullest and trusted that God would take care of us?

Remember, a stress-filled day won’t make tomorrow any easier—it will only rob you of the blessings you have today. So instead of worrying, be thankful for what you have and hopeful for what you’re about to experience.

Father, I want to know You more. I want to love You more. I want to serve You more. I want to please You more. I want to trust You more. I want to obey You more. I want to follow You more. I want to glorify You more. I’m putting you first my life. I want to be more like Jesus.

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