That means all the hard work, all the endless takes, even all the mistakes that have been made has come to an end. This means that the director has what he wants. He is pleased with the result.
Yesterday you may have worked hard. You may have had to rehash some things over and over again before you got it right. But at the end of everyday, even if it seems like you didn’t get it all done, God is saying, “That’s a wrap.”
You see, God sees the big picture. He sees exactly where you need to be. He has it all planned out. And things may not be happening on your time table. Things may not be going according to your plans. It may seem like you didn’t get it right; but God, the director over your life so to speak, is sealing the day by saying “That’s a wrap.”
Today is a new day. What you failed at yesterday, you can give it another shot today. In the past, conditions may have been unfavorable, but God has divine favor. Because of his compassions, tender mercies, unending faithfulness, you’re able to go forth with a new day in a better way.
The old is past away. God sealed it. That’s a wrap. Quit holding on to the anxieties of yesterday. Quit holding on to the worries, doubts, fears and embrace a new peace. Embrace today’s joy and strength. Walk in a new faith.
When you laid to rest yesterday, that was a wrap. That means, just like on the movie set, you can wrap up the cords of yesterday. You can cut off the lights, the camera, the action, and you can go home. Because of God’s favor, today is a chance to do it better!
I just uploaded a new video to YouTube. It’s entitled, “Did You Learn Your Lesson?” It reminds us that with every circumstance, difficulty or challenge, there is a take away lesson. It could be small. But it’s a life lesson that will make all the difference. Take a look at the video here:
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