Jeremiah 29:11 For I know the plans that I have for you, says the Lord, plans for peace and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope.
We prepare New Year’s resolutions when it is cold and dark, when we are forced to stay indoors. The frenetic lifestyle of summer, the business of fall and the growth of spring do not fit in with a blanket of white snow on which to write one’s plan. That clean sheet says the past is not to intrude into today or tomorrow. As the song from Frozen says, we must let it go. God wants us to keep our eyes forward, in hope and anticipation.
2019 will be filled with changes. We see thorough the future’s dark glass, covered with both doubt and expectation. The anarchy in our streets says we have a country to save. We also have the next generation to lead back to stability and hope. We have promises to keep, forgiveness to share.
There is no better New Year’s resolution than that – to follow God’s personal plan, and to keep those promises we made to ourselves, to God and to our country.
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