The Best Is Yet To Come

Brethren, I count not myself to have apprehended: but this one thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those things which are before.

Frank Lloyd Wright, a famous architect designed many beautiful homes, buildings, and structures. A reporter once asked him, “Of all your many beautiful designs, which one is your favorite?” Without missing a beat, he answered, “My next one.” He understood the principle of constantly pressing forward.

Many people are living far below their potential. They have many gifts, and so much talent, but they’ve gotten comfortable and become too easily satisfied.No matter where you are in life, God has more in store for you.

He never wants us to quit growing. We all have areas where we can move up. The Apostle Paul understood this when he penned down Philippians 3. He was always striving each day to do more than the day before.

No doubt, God has done a lot in your past, but God never performs his greatest things in your yesterdays. He wants to do greater things today than he done yesterday. He wants you to be more blessed tomorrow than you are today. Your best days are not behind you, they are in front of you. He may have done many wonders in your past, but the best is yet to come.

Father, thank you for allowing us to be a part of your work. Help us each day that we can say with confidence “The best is yet to come.” Amen.