This is the day which the Lord hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it. Psalm 118:24 (KJV)
We have exactly five Sundays, and almost six weeks, left in 2021. As I mentioned in my last blog, I cannot take old baggage into 2021. This includes old habits and thoughts.
At the end of last year, many of us claimed we were ready for 2020, the year of 20/20 Vision. However, most of us were not prepared for what we asked. I mean, were you prepared for this kind of clarity? I know I wasn’t. I believe this pandemic has been an eye opener for most of us. It has brought out the best in some people and the worst in others. It has revealed which relationships were worth saving and which ones to let go. For many of us, 2020 shifted our focus from the things we thought we were lacking, to our abundance of blessings. It also exposed our strengths and weaknesses, in which many of us have taken advantage of working on. Y’all, 20/20 Vision is what we asked for and God delivered.
As I said, I will not take old baggage into 2021. Which means I need to start working on eliminating them now. Here is my plan:
- Make every moment count. I plan to be more intentional about how I spend my time.
- Stop wasting time entertaining negative vibes. I will make a conscious effort to turn negative situations into positive ones.
- Purposefully speak life into myself as well as others.
- Say “Yes” to opportunities I want to do and “No” to the ones I don’t. Here’s the catch, saying “no” cannot be attached to fear. In those situations I will say “Yes!” I must do it afraid.
- Lastly, however most importantly, allow God to lead and give Him complete control. I’m not going to lie, just saying “give Him complete control” is a little scary. Like, what does that mean and what will He do? Well, I just have to trust Him. He has never let me down nor left me, so why does this seem like the hardest to do?
I believe my plan is doable. Seriously, I have no desire continuously repeating the same things from years past. 2020 brought clarity. 2021 will bring prosperity. Speaking it. Claiming it.
How do you plan to bring in 2021? Will you leave old baggage behind? Will you start prepping today or will you wait until New Year’s Eve? Remember, you only have six weeks.
Stay safe and be blessed!
2 thoughts on “Hello Sunday”
G I R L!!!!!!!!!!! You said a mouthful there…and then Bishop backed it up in his message this morning…..I knew I would see differently in 2020…but to this degree I was not at all prepared for…but God!! We made it through the storm and we will make 2021 the very BEST yet….holding onto His promises!!
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Yes we will!!