Do you make a list of resolutions on New Year's Eve? I am such an overachiever - I make 10 lists of 10 things I want accomplish in the upcoming year. I organize them by theme.
“Brothers and sisters,
As the calendar edged toward September this week, my heart began to spark with new excitement and hope for the change of the season. As a New Englander, this change of is more than just a turning calendar page. The weather (finally) gets drier and cooler; the leaves burst with color ... pumpkins and cornstalks don lamppost and door steps. There is a physical alteration to the world around me. While no longer a student, there is still something in my core that anticipates the promise of a new [academic] year. The Autumn Reset. The gift the Lord gives that nothing stays the same - while in some instances that can make us lament such as when we watch our children grow; but in other ways the ever changing days of our lives are a blessing. The hope that poverty is not last forever; illness or injury will someday heal; and bitterness will find mercy and forgiveness.
What will I push the Autumn Reset Button on...
“Behold, I make all things new.”
"And blessed is she who believed
What about you? Is there anything in your life that could use an AUTUMN RESET? Share in the comment section below -- I will bring your resets with me to Adoration this week!
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