You may have had a rough start, but you don’t have to have a rough finishing. Better is the end. Your best is coming.


In the morning, early in the morning
In the morning
I will rise and praise the Lord

Good morning Jesus
Good morning Lord
I know You come from
Heaven and Above

Thanks Thanks
Oh Lord
We give You thanks
For all You have done
In our lives
We are so blessed
And souls have found rest
Oh Lord
We give You

Opening Prayer:
Father, we give You thanks, for All. Thank You for the breaking of another day. Thank You for Salvation of our souls. Thank You for Life, this morning Father, speak to everyone of us, In Jesus Name, Amen.

Text: Ecclesiastes 7:8
“The end of a thing is better than its beginning; The patient in spirit is better than the proud in spirit.”
‭‭Ecclesiastes‬ ‭7:8‬ ‭NKJV‬‬

You may have had a rough start, but you don’t have to have a rough finish. Better is the end.

Don’t keep dwelling on the negatives of the past.

God is saying, Something better is coming. You may be going through a rough spot today, but tomorrow will be better. Don’t cancel out the better by dwelling on the regrets, the failures, and what didn’t work out.

Better is coming, healing is coming, and breakthroughs are coming. You’re not defined by your past; you’re prepared by your past. If the past hadn’t happened, you wouldn’t be prepared for the better that is coming your way. You may have made some mistakes, but you can’t do anything about what happened
yesterday. Living with guilt is not going to make anything better.

Conclusion: For been alive, let us always be grateful.

Ecclesiastes 9:4
“But for him who is joined to all the living there is hope, for a living dog is better than a dead lion.” NKJV‬‬

1: Thank You Father for Life, In Jesus Name, Amen

2: Father let our testimony be complete right now, In Jesus Name, Amen

3: Personal Prayer

FATHER, thank You for our past, the successes and victories as well as the mistakes and failures. Thank You for the word of these morning, accept all our thanks, In Jesus Name, Amen.