There’s enough in this world that is pushing people down. We don’t need to tell people where they’ve missed it. We don’t need to point out their mistakes. When you put your faith in Christ and His finished work at the cross, He makes all things new. The past is gone, and your future is secure. That’s reason to celebrate!
Things might not happen when you want them to, but trust God they happen when they are supposed to. God wants to help you accomplish your dreams and overcome your obstacles. He wants to amaze you with His goodness and mercy. You should wake up every morning with the attitude, “I can’t wait to see what God is going to do today!” Make room in your heart and mind for what God wants to do in your life.
God has a plan for your past, but He can’t work in your past because He works in the now. If there’s anything from your past that’s keeping you from your dreams, call out to God and ask Him to help you move past it. David said in Psalm 18 v 6 & 19, “In my distress I called to the LORD; I cried to my God for help.
From His temple He heard my voice; my cry came before Him, into His ears. He brought me out into a broad place; He rescued me, because He delighted in me.
God will give you a new beginning. A new cycle. A new season. He makes all things new. God is so generous that He desires for you to have the best on this earth. His plan is for you to have all of your needs met according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus. I declare that Supernatural doors are opening for you right now. Your season has shifted in the name of Jesus. Amen.
New beginnings bud around you and within you every day. You don’t need to wait for a clean slate. God is in the business of making all things new. His healing brings restoration beyond understanding, no matter where you come from or what you’ve done. To help you cling to the promise of God’s restoration, here are seven powerful Bible verses about a new beginning to experience in this world–and the next.
God is continually at work in our lives. Continually. Isn’t that an amazing thought?! He is making all things new. And He’s doing it right now. Even when it might be hard to see and even when we begin to feel impatient, He is working in us. We can trust in Him and in His word. When His time is right, we will see. There is so much hope in that promise.
Our lives are made new in Him! He redeems us. He transforms us. He restores us. He renews us.
Today, I pray for peace in relationships, for grace and forgiveness to abound, and for God to heal and restore connections that have been broken. Remember, He makes all things new!