In case you were a little concerned about my well-being after yesterday’s post, rest assured, I’m going to be okay.
Because of my unfavorable 2012, the ringing in of the new year was more refreshing then it ever has been for me. I was so ready for the new year, that by the middle of December I had completely given up on 2012. I needed that new year. When it finally came, it was truly a joyous moment. A new year, a fresh start, a new perspective.
It was so good and necessary for me to put into words how awful last year actually was, and it was equally good and necessary to resolve to leave it as it is, in the past. Onto a new year.
Yesterday, as I was writing, praying and considering the new year, I feel like God gave me a word. I’ve done this for several years now, that is, picked a word to define my new year. One word to describe what I want to see in my life after a year. God gave me the word, “Stewardship.“
Definition: The responsible overseeing and protection of something considered worth caring for and preserving.
What are the things in my life that are worth caring for? In no particular order:
Frankly, I think last year could be summed up by a lack of stewardship in many of these areas. So happily take on this word for this new year. It couldn’t be more perfect.
As I journey through this year, armed with my word, I hope to share with you how God is transforming me in stewardship and anything else along the way.
Happy New Year!