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Monday, July 08 2013

Verse of the Day

Forgetting what is behind and straining toward what is ahead, I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus. [Philippians 3:13-14 – NIV 1984]

I’m a car guy and have been for almost 60 years (in other words since I started to be aware of my surroundings). British sports cars, Italian exotics, German autobahn screamers, American muscle cars; it doesn’t matter. There is nothing like a fast car! And when you’re driving fast you want to shift through the gears as quickly a possible. Going forward rapidly is the name of the game. You sure don’t want to go out in reverse!

God wants you to do the same thing (go forward that is). As the Apostle Paul says in today’s passage, dwelling on the past serves no purpose. Sure, we have all sinned and we tend to think far too much about our past transgressions. We feel guilty. We are ashamed. But, thanks to our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, we are made right with God. Our sins are forgiven, gone, up in smoke. So, take Paul’s advice and adopt a forward perspective. Pursue Jesus. Become more and more like Him. That’s the goal. Move forward towards Christ. What’s past is past. Live each day focused on eternity with Him!

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