The very God who kept His promises to Israel is the same God who will keep His promises to you and me.
Instead of starting with your plans of what you want to achieve, begin with your expectations. What are you expecting God to do in and through your life this year?
Would you, like Abraham, leave the security of where you are and set out on a journey even though you did not know where you were going?
Perhaps the most tender of the Christmas Canticles is Simeon’s Song.
Let God be God and put your trust in Him to accomplish His purpose in His time and His way.
Choose to rejoice in the blessings of others, realizing that God uses people in ways best suited for His purposes.
Christmas is a time for celebration, carols by candlelight, and great joy! A Savior is born! God provided just what we all needed.
Examine your prayer life for a minute. Is it filled with faith? One of the greatest expressions of faith in prayer is thanksgiving.
When heaven breaks through, our lives are changed! We are made whole!
If we are to prepare for the Maker to make a way, we must obey what God has already told us to do and praise Him for all He has done.