Quote of the Day by Eleanor Roosevelt

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It’s already the second day of January. How has it been going so far?

Many may already be making headway on their new year’s resolutions.

Yesterday, for me, was probably one of the best New Year’s Day. I was able to hang out with a new friend, as well as, go to the gym for almost two hours.

It felt good to be exercising and enjoying time with a new friend.

Today, has already started with a bang…and not the best “bang”.

I will write a blog post about it within the next couple of days.

After the rough start I had this morning, I thought today would be the perfect day to start a “Quote of the day” post that I will continue to do at least every few days or every week.

Scrolling through my Pinterest board of quotes, I wanted to find one that stood out to me for this day.

“You gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You are able to say to yourself, I lived through this horror. I can take the next thing that comes along. You must do the thing  you think you cannot do.” ~ Eleanor Roosevelt

Even though today might not have started out the greatest, I can gain strength, courage and confidence from the experiences this morning and every morning to follow.

Psalm 46:1

“God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.”

Besides looking up encouraging quotes, God is our ultimate source of strength.

We can run and rest in Him.

No matter what may come our way today, He is right beside us every step of the way.

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