As of Monday, February 21, 2022:

+ It’s day 52 of the year.
+ It’s day 2 of the week, if you start on the traditional Sunday.
+ It’s day 8,088 of the 21st century.
+ For me, it’s day 13 of my 100 days-of-blogging-in-a-row.

What day is this for you?

This question can mean a lot of different things to a lot of different people.

?For some, it’s a thrilling day of adventure.
?For some, it’s a day seeped with cringe-worthy memories.
?For some, it’s a joy-filled anniversary of the best day of their life.
?For some, it’s their first day in their dream career.
?For some, it’s a heart-wrenching reminder of a tragedy.
?For some, it’s exam day and they’re nervous as heck.
?For some, it’s exam day and they couldn’t be more excited to ace it!
?For some, it’s just an ordinary day.
?For some, it’s the best day they’ve ever had and they don’t even know it yet.
?For some, this day no longer holds the same meaning because it’s been restored.

So, what day is this for you?

This is the day that the Lord has made. We will rejoice and be glad in it.” -Psalm 118:24-25

Pick any day that’s been a tragedy for you, and know that it can be restored! I’ve experienced it multiple times on multiple days, and it’s possible for you, too. It’s not worth it to have a random date on a calendar hold that power over you any longer.

?“The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases. His mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning.” -Lamentations 3:22-24

Let this be a new day. Fresh start. This doesn’t mean you have to forget what’s happened in the past, but you certainly don’t have to let that dictate your future. And, in fact, I highly recommend you don’t ?