Reflect on the year

by Jewelia Brasseaux January. 02, 2021 105 views
In this photo, you can see on the other side of the mountain it has collapsed due to an earthquake that has happened here recently.

In this photo, you can see on the other side of the mountain it has collapsed due to an earthquake that has happened here recently.

Happy New Year everyone!! It's crazy to think that we are starting a new year after everything that happened in 2020. I don't know if this was just me but it felt like 2020 just wouldn’t end. I am happy to say I am glad 2020 is over but 2020 did have some good times and I am thankful for those times. Even though there was a lot of hardship in 2020 God taught me a lot through each bad thing and He grew my character in all of it. I am ready for 2021 and I am ready to see what God will do through me and in me this year. 2021 is a new year and that means a new vision, new goals, new teachings, and new revelation. I wanted to share an encouraging scripture with everyone from Psalm 46:1-3 because when I read that scripture God put a neon sign above it saying "Umm hello I was with you through it all, can't you see that?!" Psalm 46:1-3 says "God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though the earth give way and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea, though its water roar and foam and the mountains with their surging." I think everyone went through tough times in 2020 but especially for me it was hard with so many things happening within my family and friends and God just reminded me that He was with me through it all and there was good in each situation. I want to encourage you to look back through 2020 and everything you went through and find the good things in each situation and what you learned from it. I am excited to see what God has in store for me and for the people around me this year. So hears to a new year and to what God will do through you!!

Yours truly, Jewels

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