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You’ve heard many songs, read inspirational blog posts, and have seen the hilarious cat posters reminding you to make the most of the new day. This should be a familiar message to you. However, because of its overuse, you may disregard the significance of these statements. You may feel as though you are stuck in a rut and are experiencing the same frustrations day after day. It may not feel like a new day because it is a repeat of yesterday.
Did you know that with Christ, a new day can be had? Jesus gives us a new heart, renewed mind, and restored strength. The trials and failures from yesterday do not need to carry over today. As Christians, we are no longer slaves to sin but slaves to righteousness. There is new life and hope in Jesus Christ.
As the new year approaches, let’s commit to dedicate our focus to the Lord. Rather than merely making resolutions, let's set godly goals that align with His purpose for our lives. Let’s set a goal to deepen our faith and trust in God by moving beyond Sunday services and actively seeking God in our daily lives through dedicated prayer, Bible study, and meditation on His Word. Let’s practice love for our neighbors by helping those in need within our community and showing tangible acts of kindness and generosity.
Let our goals reflect our commitment to living out God's purpose.
Some people wait to start commitments for a Monday of a new week. Some want to start on the first of the month. Others want to start on the first day of the year. Some plan to create new commitments in the new year, but it begins on an odd day, like a Tuesday, and how could a person start a new routine on a Tuesday? Well, to help with all your excuses, this is the year! The first of the year begins on a Monday! A new day, week, month, and year! There are literally no more excuses.
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