“And they that shall be of thee shall build the old waste places, thou shalt raise up the foundations of many generations, and thou shalt be called, the repairer of the breach. The restorer of the paths to dwell in.” Isaiah 58:12
As we approach the dawn of a new year and thereby welcome a new day, many of us will be hopeful and cautious at the same time. Hopeful because God has spared our lives to see another year and cautious because 2020 has thought us many lessons some of which, we do not desire to repeat.
But let us not forget that God is in control of this big universe and beyond and he is able to heal and restore. As the scripture says in Isaiah 58:12 that he is the repairer of the breach. Whenever there is a breach of any sort, it means that something was broken or damaged and needs repair. Many have suffered heartbreaks in 2020, families have been broken, jobs have been lost, health shaken, and the list goes on. But today I am reminding you and myself that we should remain hopeful in God. If we can find the strength to keep hope alive, that is all we need, God will take care of the rest.
Let us approach this new year with hope in God. Let him take the lead and let us humbly trust and follow him. He promised us new compassion every single day (Lamentations 3:22) and that we can rely on. I wish for you a Happy and prosperous New Year and I pronounce God’s richest blessings upon you and your family in Jesus name.
Let us pray: Lord, please forgive me of my sins today. Thank you for your word. Thank you for your grace and your mercy throughout 2020 and thank you for giving me another chance at life. I love and appreciate you Lord in Jesus name. Amen. Until next time. God bless you.
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