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2012. A New Year? Or the Same Thing All Over Again?

Posted by: on Jan 1, 2012 | No Comments

We listened to our 2009 podcast to see if things had changed. A little, maybe… but we also notice multiple revolutions around the proverbial mountain in our life. How about yours?

 

 

The most important thing that we hope to accomplish in 2012 is to have Christ at the center of everything we do. Whether we are working or playing, eating or drinking, or sitting in traffic. Let Christ be the center of your life.

 

Let the peace of Christ keep you in tune with each other, in step with each other. None of this going off and doing your own thing. And cultivate thankfulness. Let the Word of Christ—the Message—have the run of the house. Give it plenty of room in your lives. Instruct and direct one another using good common sense. And sing, sing your hearts out to God! Let every detail in your lives—words, actions, whatever—be done in the name of the Master, Jesus, thanking God the Father every step of the way.

Colossians 3:15-17 [MSG]

 

Not a resolution… but an intentional move away from selfish living and towards the love walk. A mental and spiritual agreement to allow THE BLESSING of the LORD to manifest in our life, and in the lives of those whom we are in daily contact with.

How will we do? Well, I guess (should the Lord tarry) we can discuss that again next year…

 

So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God.

1 Corinthians 10:31 [ESV]

 

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