Friday the 13th—a day considered by many as a “bad luck day.” I prefer to think, as the psalmist did in Psalm 118:24, that this day, like all other days, is “a day that the LORD has made.” Therefore, I choose to rejoice and be glad in it even though I know not what will happen in the hours that remain in it.
Although I can’t control much of what happens, I do get to choose my responses, as do you.
I choose, in advance, to thank God for the gift of this day.
I choose to thank Him for the gift of His presence with me—and He is with me (and with you!) at ALL times (Joshua 1:9), including Friday the 13th.
I choose to thank Him for causing all things to work out for His glory and the good of His children (Romans 8:28).
Is that what you choose, too?