New Beginnings and Rhythms
My Weekly Update
Happy New year 2023!
A new year allows us to reevaluate and start or restart things in our life. The sad part is that most people return to their old ways and stop doing new things by January 15th. We lose enthusiasm and the year is not new. As Christians, we have been given a New Life. We are called to lead a new life and eliminate old counter-biblical patterns.
The new year gives us an opportunity to identify goals, make plans and start working on them. It is crucial to find out the rhythm of life which works. Otherwise, we will be leading a frustrated life. When I evaluated the current season of my life, I realized I was planning to do more than I could. Adjustments had to be made to ensure I had realistic plans and expectations. One change out of many I did is that this Thriving Newsletter will be bi-weekly and not weekly. That will give me more time to focus on some long-term projects I am working on.
Be realistic with your plans. Do not fail to plan as that is equal to planning to fail. Make use of your time and do not think of climbing Mount Everest when you do not intend to get out of bed. Have goals that are realistic and you will be happy and not frustrated with life.
Commit your actions to the Lord, and your plans will succeed. (Prov. 16:3, NIV)
Thank you for your continued prayers for my complete recovery. Last week I was able to drive for 6-7 hours continuously. I am thankful to God for the strength he gave me to do it as last year this time I was admitted to the hospital and I could not walk 50 steps.
I will return to Rochester next week for my next dose of vaccines and appointments. I am hoping that after this the number of medications I take will be reduced. Once again, I want to thank everyone who has not given up but continues to pray for me.
Thriving Talk’s new episodes have been released.
ICPF International Connections Newsletter (I serve in this organization).
Insight on Spiritual Matters and Concerns Blog
Theology AI Blog
Focus This week
Finding the rhythm for this season of life and writing.
Somethings which caught my attention this week?
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