A new page is turned.
New possibilities have opened up.
What’s going to happen? I don’t know.
For some reason, many of us say that we don’t like change. But then we generally like new beginnings. When we make choices that cause our lives to change and we can call it a ‘new beginning’, we’re ok with it? But we don’t like change?
Yes, we are strange and wonderful creatures. And I am one of the strange and wonderful creatures who likes change.
Change is good.
I was taught to like change through my over 34 years of working for corporate Jack in the Box. We were constantly moving and adjusting and changing. If I didn’t like a specific change, I didn’t have to wait too long for it to change again. As long as my strategic brain could see us improving – hitting goals and moving forward – I liked it.
This has really helped me keep up with our electronic age where things change so quickly and so often. I have a goal to stay current on technology. I don’t have to be at the cutting edge but I plan to stay in the middle somewhere, not behind.
One of the things I love about God is – he doesn’t change.
“In the beginning, God….”(Genesis 1:1)
He was here before the beginning and he will be here after the end.
He has promised – it’s a fact.
In our crazy world of unknowns, God wants to be known by you and by me. He gives us his Word. He gives us his Spirit. He gives us a spiritual family.
He wants us to know him and he guides us towards himself as we read, listen and respond.
I am extremely interested in discovering the new possibilities God is going to bring my way in 2022. As I start reading through the Bible again for the 11th year in a row, I am confident that God has new things to teach me and he also wants to highlight other truths that I need to be reminded of.
You are invited to take the journey with me and read the entire Daily Chronological Bible this year. There are already several of us on this journey together. I guarantee that God will move in your life in a big way as he honors your commitment to know him and hear him better in 2022.
So, with anticipation and confidence that God has important things to teach me this year, I start again –
In the Beginning, God…..
Thank you for new beginnings, Abba Father.