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Many will reflect, celebrate, make resolutions, and have expectations for the new year. Many will declare a “better year” than before…
Welcome New Year, We welcome you!
How many times each year, declaration “this is the year” dismisses previous years.
Instead of looking for the magic in a “new year”, exercise how you are looking at your current year.
After all, a new year does not guarantee a better life. But, a better year is guaranteed by how you see your life.
Intentionally avoid saying today is not a good day, consider saying today is a good day with the exception of what happened today.
When facing the loss of a job, loved one, finances, etc., remind yourself “this too shall pass,” what I am facing today will be over.
Remember, nothing last forever. Keep living, the best and worst will happen, but like in all things, they will eventually pass.
Just think, if you are reading this post, you made it to the end of a year! You are survivor! You are more than a conqueror! (Roman 8:37) Even when you didn’t see how or believe in conquering.
Go ahead, think of the worst that has happened, do you feel the same way you felt when it happened? Is the pain as intense now? More than likely not. The reason why, “old things pass away and all things become new” (2 Corinthians 5:17) for those believing for a better hope of promise.
So, Welcome the new year! But like the first day of any year, welcome each day and each moment as though it’s the first!
Renewing your minds daily. Remember, in all things whatever the challenge, “this too shall pass!”
Response to the Daily Prompt challenge – Today’s word (Renewal)