It’s time to clear the slate, and start anew.
New dreams to dream, set some new goals, adjust some things in life, and make improvements as much as possible.
But, for some, this may be your last year on earth, if so, I pray with all my heart that you have made Jesus Christ the Lord of your life, asked him to forgive your sins, and have secured your place in heaven. He is the Door, and we all have an appointment with him one day. I hope to see you there in heaven, when my time comes to go. If it is this year for me, I'm ready. I look forward to more years to come, but none of us knows when our last day will be. That is in His hands.
Growing older brings hesitation in starting new things; for me anyway. I look at the goal I’m thinking of tackling, and wonder if I’ll have the energy to finish what I’ve started. But, making these evaluations shouldn’t keep anyone from wanting to keep on growing, and learning, and trying new things. These are some of the most important things in staying young at heart. This is one of my problems; in my mind I still feel like I’m 30.…but when I tackle the same strenuous tasks I used to do with ease then, reality soon catches up with me. You may be able to relate.
My hope for all who visit this site, is for a healthy, prosperous year, and with much joy and accomplishments that keep your strength renewed.
A verse of scripture I remind myself often is;
Psa 90:12 So teach us to number our days, that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom.
Whatever we’ve done, or failed to do in 2015 is gone. But, we look ahead to a new year. It’s a blank slate, and we can use the verse above to help guide us in our choices, and our goals. To number our days, and use them with thankfulness, and wisdom.
God bless each of you in the coming year.