Another Christmas has passed. I hope you each had a wonderful celebration of the birth of our Savior.
At my house, it’s time to take down the tree. Put away the decorations for another year and prepare for the New Year.
As we look forward to 2022, a New Year always represents a time of excitement and anticipation as well as a little unease over what it will bring.
After the past two years where COVID has dominated our lives, and the world has become more troubling with each passing day, I find myself a little more uneasy as 2022 approaches than I normally would be.
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
This year, as I clear away the Christmas clutter, take the tree out to mulch, and tuck the decorations away for another time, I realize I need to do some more decluttering. Anything that gets in the way of me having the closest relationship I can have with Jesus in 2022 is clutter and I want to get rid of it, so that no matter what comes my way in 2022, I can find the peace that comes from resting in Jesus knowing I will get through it all.
I hope you will join me this year in clearing away the unimportant clutter from our lives, and I wish for you a blessed and uncluttered New Year!
All the best. . .
This was probably the greatest gift of God when he gave us his only Son. John 3:16. The world is changing as it was stated in the Bible. We can read through the Revelation.