2020 is the year nobody will ever forget. It was a year filled with uncertainty, but at the same time, one filled with hope. The one truth that carried my family through the year was knowing, without a shadow of doubt, that God has never failed us. He has always been Faithful to His Promises in the Bible, and 2020 was not going to change that! Psalm 91 became our family’s anthem each night, during family prayer, and today, looking back, I can say, yet again, that God’s Word carried us through. As we stand on the threshold of a new year, I want to encourage you to lean into God’s Word to help you through each day. Scripture is filled with uplifting Bible verses to encourage your Spirit.
Yes, we’re still living in uncertain times. Things can feel overwhelming, but it’s important to shift our focus.
Make time to read your Bible, daily, or even several times a day.
Remind yourself that God is still in control. He does not change. His Word does not change.
De-stress at the end of the day, or just take a few moments during the day, to just block out all the noise. (Noise could be noise in the literal sense, or even just stuff that bogs you down- the news headlines, mounting bills, a health issue, a difficult relationship, anything.)
turn on some worship music, and color away.
I don’t know what you’re going through today, but don’t ever forget that you’re not alone in your journey.
Allow God to minister to your spirit, through His Word, the Bible.
He promises that in this world we will go through difficult times, but it will not overwhelm us.
One thing helped me last year.
They’re my memorial stones.
Would you take some time to reflect on your memorial stones?
Write them down.
Be purposeful about reminding yourself of times God has helped you.
God has His Way of getting the message through to us, some way, form or fashion!
I pray your heart is encouraged.
I don’t believe in chance, luck, or that things happen by accident.
I believe God has a reason for you reading this.
Be blessed, and please know I’m an email away, if you ever need to reach out.