PREPARING FOR 2021
Every day we should focus on living our best life. Spending time doing what makes you a better person while building a closer relationship with the Father. In doing what makes you a better person, your time must be shared with others who stimulate your thinking and share commonalities. Folks we can be challenged by, yet never have hurt feelings.
We expect a great deal from life and expect our path to be filled with every lesson that test our emotions, compassion, love, and temperament. Things that push us to be our better selves. Life will always test us, to teach us to be Christ-like so Christ is reflected through us to others..
As we approach the end of September, the 9th month of 2020, there are only three months left. At the end of 2019, all of us prayed with expectations, that 2020 would be one of the best years, full of peace, harmony, and goodness for all. We can start now by creating a list for 2021. A list of our expectations from the world and from ourselves. What we need to improve within our personality/behavior, and how will you work with Jesus Christ. Once that is done, list your plan of action. Once you have finished, fold the list, put it away, and pull it out on New Year’s Eve to review and make changes… Then go about living.
We must be prayerful and grateful for this year, though the earth has sent floods, fire, starvation, divisiveness, and homelessness. There is a lesson in our suffering. We have been taught that God is good, but sometimes God will wound us just to make us better people.
As we approach the season of celebration. Let’s be grateful in all situations, and thankful for life.