Last Message of the Year

So we have come to the end of 2018, the end of yet another year. To some this year was quite long, to some, it just swept past like lightning. I actually grew quite a lot this year. Strange enough, this was one of my best years. I actually saw God change a desert into a river in my life. I was unemployed for seven months. I didn’t even have a drivers licence. As I write this, I have a job that I am happy with and I’m driving. I have time now and then to write these blog posts to inspire people to keep seeking Christ. my God is so amazing, I don’t have the words to describe how good He has been to me.

2019 now looms over us as it approaches us with much speed. Am I afraid? Heck no! Why? Because I serve an awesome God. He can change the wilderness into an orchard! As long as I’m in His wonderful plan, I have no fear. I’m planning to self publish my novel in paperback. It has been rejected by numerous publishers. It is currently on Amazon as a digital copy but I want it to be real. Something physical. I’m praying about it because I know that God inspired me to write it. I want to be more involved in outreaches, spend more time at Malvern’s Children’s Home. I want to live a meaningful life, a life that glorifies Jesus. I don’t want to chase fantasies and worldly pleasures. I want to live a life that people will be talking about even in the afterlife.

As the 1st of January approaches, many are mentioning their New Year resolutions on social media. Some are going on a diet, some are starting at the gym, some are trying to be good. But here’s the thing, ain’t no resolutions gonna help ya! If you want to live differently, the best time to start is right now. Today!

If you only going to start your resolution on the first of January then it will also be your next year’s resolution too!

Live for today, not tomorrow or next year. Today is the day of salvation. God is the God of today, He wants to work on you now, not when you feel like.

Anyway, this is my last blog post for 2018. So see you guys next year. I wish you all the best for 2019, may God bless you abundantly and use you mightily in many ways for His glory. Remember to always trust in Jesus.