The Birth And A New Tomorrow

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“Behold, the former things are come to pass, and new things do I declare…” — Isaiah 42:9a


As I sit here and type these words, I can’t help thinking that only four weeks are left in this year.

We’ve entered a season where we’re awaiting the day commemorating the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus. And then, a week later, we celebrate crossing over into a new year.

Talk about back-to-back parties.

And yet, each year, when we experience the birth of Christ, it’s as if we’re living it for the first time, for each year brings a more profound revelation of who He is and what He has meant in our lives.

And so, it is with a new year.

Each new year brings a newness, but the newness doesn’t come without reflection. We reflect on the good moments and the bad, the moments that challenged us and changed us—trusting that God worked it all for our good (Romans 8:28).

And so, it is with me.

Over the next four weeks, I will be spending my time, first of all, thanking God for entrusting you to me. I would not be where I am today without your continuous support.

Secondly, I will reflect and discern the challenging and changing moments, focusing on areas where I can improve in serving God and you.

Thirdly, I will spend time envisioning the possibilities and strategically planning how to continue living out God’s plans for my life. And I encourage you to do the same.

Amid the holiday parties and shopping, take some time to reflect and then rewrite the vision God has set for your life.

And let me say this, “It doesn’t matter if you’re 6 or 60, 8 or 80; as long as you have breath in your body, you can live a purpose-filled life. Just ask the Father how you can serve Him in your current season.

End of chapter. We are turning the page.


Join me next year for Coffee on The Couch, 2024!