Did you know words can shape our reality and frame our very world?
If so, then maybe you’ll agree with me that (in this New Year), NEW may not be so NEW anymore! I strongly believe that this year, new may actually be something old. Something original.
After all the New Year hoopla fades away, I wonder if perhaps our focus this year should not be as much on looking for something new to occur in our lives, but rather to rediscover what we already possess in God.
To rediscover what He has already given “in” us before the foundations of the world.
This year, I began with this idea in mind:
It’s time to REFRESH.
Isaiah 46:9-10 says,”Remember the former things of old, for I am God, and there is no other; I am God and there is none like Me, declaring the end from the beginning and from ancient times things that are not yet done.”
This passage of scripture popped an interesting metaphor into my head. On every internet browser, there is a REFRESH button. Usually, you need to hit this button if the page’s content needs to be updated or if the page is in freeze mode or somehow stuck.
Sometimes you even need to hit the REFRESH button when the page has not fully downloaded all of its contents.
You may even need to hit the REFRESH button when we lose the connection with the invisible communication signals in the atmosphere. See where I’m going with this?
This new year, when your life’s hardware seems to freeze or if the page you believe you should be on is not fully loaded with all of the icons you think you need, it may not be time to look for something new.
All that you need is already in you.
It maybe time for you to just hit the refresh button.
Try it today
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