Restoring Life Foundation
|Posted by restoringlifefoundation on December 21, 2012 at 12:10 AM|
2012 has been an interesting year for me, during which I said "good bye" to some old friends who I believe God was calling me to release, I was forced to ask the questions "where are you? " and "don't you see me for who I am?" to others. I said "hello" to new friends who I believe God is drawing into my inner circle, and reacquainted myself with some that I had lost touch with. I have experienced some fresh insights from the very young like being reminded that 'the little people in my life are here to shape me just as much as those who are more mature'. I have been able to pass on wisdom to the very old including 'that natural age has no bearing on spiritual maturity nor to those that might spiritually parent you'. I have touched the many corners of the world including Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, the America's and parts of Europe, through the people I have discipled, ministered to and coached. I have witnessed the growth of my great nephew who has grown from a tiny baby unable to even lift his head to a toddler who stands, pulls and climbs to the amazement and sometimes frustration of his parents. Friends that started the year single and now are married, others that started the year married and are now single, children have been born, and as in the recent shootings in America children have died. Through all the up's and downs of the financial, housing and job market God remains faithful.
As we countdown to Christmas and the beginning of the new year, wherever you are on your journey REMEMBER Gods mercies are new for you each and every morning. You don't need to start a new year to have a new beginning, you can do that in a instant. Right now you can pray the prayer of repentance, right now you can pray the prayer of forgiveness. Today you can have your breakthrough, today can be the day that it all turns around for you. Whatever your year has been like, with all your own ups and downs, I pray for a Joy filled, Peace encompassed Christmas and an Abundant New Year. Look out for next year's blogs which will be encouraging, uplifting and motivating you to walk in your unique destiny and calling.
From all connected to Restoring Life Foundation Family
God Bless you as we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.