Last year was a year of transition and adjustments. I graduated from college, ended one job and started my career at a great company. This company that I’ve loved since day one has given me the position I hold as a permanent position and no longer contractual. I feel so blessed! Though I’ve waited months for this to happen, I think it helped me with patience and the strength to get through. Even when I wanted this job in October and November to be permanent, I had what I needed the whole time. I’m thankful for this opportunity and every one that follows because I know that being here is where I am meant to be and that great things will come from where God has placed me.
I’ve also started back at BSF (Bible Study Fellowship). This was the first week and I was kind of feeling down Tuesday and wasn’t looking forward to it but I had this strong feeling that I should go. I went and had a great time and I’m glad I went, I needed it. And plus, the next day I got offered the job, so!! Praise God!!
In the past, I haven’t picked a Bible Reading Plan, it’s hard to get something done every single day – I struggle with routines in every aspect of life which is incredibly sad but it’s the honest truth! My goal this year is to be more dedicated to my walk with Christ and get into the Word regularly, meditate on it and pray more about things I go through when I think they’re not worth God’s time. God is always there and I should trust Him with everything I have and not just fragments. I picked the 5x5x5 Bible Plan that was a recommendation from a dear friend of mine who is also walking through this plan this year. I was a bit late picking this so I’m going to have to catch up but all around excited to get into the New Testament and learn.
I’m excited for what’s in store this year and I hope you are too, faithful reader! 🙂
And my God will supply every need of yours according to his riches in glory in Christ Jesus. Philippians 4:19 (ESV)
And God will generously provide all you need. Then you will always have everything you need and plenty left over to share with others. 2 Corinthians 9:8 (NLT)