But what if the turning of a new day, the first “ordinary” day of the year is every bit as important as New Year’s Day? While the fresh start of January 1st inspires us to dream big, what if unremarkable January 2nd gives a precious prodding to remain dedicated to our resolve and to look to our only sure Hope in the midst ordinary life?
This Christmas, my husband gifted me a 30-day hymn calendar. The song for day 1 is Praise to the Lord. How appropriate it is to
The New Year is fast approaching. I’m keeping up with my tradition of deep cleaning our home. For many (very good) reasons, people seem glad
It’s a brand new year. On this day, perhaps more than any other, my heart is brimful of hopes and plans for the future. Maybe
Thankfulness for the past. Hope and assurance for the future. Praying we end the old year and begin the new one as the Psalmist models
Hope v. : (transitive) 1. To desire with expectation of obtainment or fulfillment. 2. To expect with confidence. (intransitive) 1. To cherish a desire with