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Hump Day

Daily Devotion Wednesday 03/08/2023

Good morning! Today is Wednesday, also known as "Hump Day," because it marks the halfway point of the workweek. So as we begin this day, let's take a moment to reflect on the joy that can be found in this midweek milestone.

Psalm 118:24, we read, "This is the day that the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it." Every day is a gift from God, and we should approach each one with a spirit of gratitude and joy.

Even on a Wednesday, when we may be tired or overwhelmed, we can focus on the day's blessings and find reasons to rejoice.

One way to cultivate joy on Hump Day is to shift our perspective. Instead of considering Wednesday a hurdle to overcome before the weekend, we can see it as an opportunity to grow, learn, and progress in our work and personal lives.

Philippians 4:4, we are reminded to "rejoice in the Lord always."

Whether it's Monday, Wednesday, or any other day, we can find joy in knowing that we are serving and glorifying God in all we do.

Another way to find joy on Hump Day is to connect with others. Proverbs 17:22 tells us that "a cheerful heart is a good medicine." When we take the time to encourage and uplift those around us, we not only bring joy to others but also experience the joy of giving.

Whether it's a kind word, a thoughtful gesture, or simply sharing a laugh with a colleague or friend, we can brighten someone's day and make our day a little brighter.

Finally, we can find joy on Hump Day by remembering we are not alone. In Isaiah 41:10, God tells us, "Do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. Instead, I will strengthen, help, and uphold you with my righteous right hand."

No matter what challenges or difficulties we may face, we can take comfort in knowing that God is with us and will give us the strength and support we need to persevere.

So as we face this Wednesday, let us rejoice in the day the Lord has made. Let us shift our perspective, connect with others, and remember that we are not alone.

May the joy of the Lord fill our hearts and sustain us throughout this day and the rest of the week. Amen.

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