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The Year Ahead

Updated on January 10, 2010


Well, the old year and decade have passed, and we stand on the steps of your future.  What will you make for yourself this year? Will you start bemoaning the past and the troubles that have come your way, or will you smile in the face of uncertainty knowing that the year to come will bring all the good things the God has to offer?


Your future rests in your hands; your belief’s determine what will come.  When you believe and place your trust in God, you know that you are loved and protected.  You know that there is no obstacle that cannot be conquered with the power of God that resides in you.  Facing the day can be an easy thing when you start the day with one on one time with the Father.  It doesn’t have to be a complicated thing, simply a chat with your Father.  Talk to Him as if He was sitting with you, because He is.  Give Him your burdens and He will carry them for you. Tell Him of your sorrows and He will share them. Tell him of your joys and He will rejoice with you.  Ask Him for guidance and He will give it. If you need a friend He is there for you.  He will never walk away or turn His back on you.  He holds you in the palm of his hand and He will never let you go. Yet He will not force you to stay.


Take hold of your future as you step into this New Year and know that you are loved and treasured.  Hold your head up high and face each new day with courage knowing that you are not alone.  Trust in the Father and give him your all, He never gives you less than His best, so do the same for Him. 


May the days that follow this be filled with prosperity and love, both given and received. May your live be blessed beyond compare.  Keep your eyes on the prize and know that the Father has nothing but wondrous tomorrows waiting for you.


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