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Welcome To A New Year


Welcome to the New Year, 2018. I assume if you are reading this you were able to make it into the new year. I don't know about you but I am expecting great things in the new year. I hope you will make plans to try and make 2018 the best year of your life.

The best way to start the new year off is by making Jesus Lord of your life. You won't have a very successful year if you leave Christ out of your plans. If you have accepted Christ into your life and made Jesus Lord I think your year will be great. If you haven't I want to ask you to right now bow your head and ask Him for forgive you of your sins and become your Lord and Savior.

As I think about the new year my guess is that you are making new year resolutions. My guess is that you won't keep them a week. Why not trying and make a resolution and keep it. Don't set your goals too high but don't set them too low.

Last year I made a resolution that I would try to write everyday in a journal I would keep on my computer. I did very good as I was able to complete a year of journaling and I feel I was successful. I also set a goal to write a blog and my goal was to try and write in it at least three to four days a week. I have also met that goal.

I am still evaluating how successful I have been and if I am going to continue blogging into the new year. I am going to for awhile and if it works out I will try to complete another year.

I hope you will join me and I would love to have comments on my blog, instant message, email, or on my Facebook. None of the comments on my blog are posted on the webpage they are just for me to help me generate ideals and information from you. Feel free to use any of these to connect with me.

Well, Happy New Year and may God richly bless you!!


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My name is Rev. Sam Martin and I am a former Pastor of 34 years and I would like to invite you to join my blog.  Sign up in the box to the right or above if on a smart phone.

 

 

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