“…I have fought a good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith…” 2 Timothy 4:7

As the year comes to an end today, people are making all kinds of resolutions for the new year. However, if the New year is going to be a glorious one for you, there are two key resolutions that you must consider. The first is that you must consider taking your walk with Jesus seriously. Life isn’t a bed of roses many would say. But I’ve realized that life can only be difficult for that man who has made a choice to make his life difficult.

The Bible records in Genesis 5:24 (NIV), that “Enoch walked faithfully with God, then he was no more, because God took him away.” Enoch was one of the few men who never died. He simply disappeared because God took him away. Beloved, you too can have such a rich relationship with Jesus. You can walk with Him and live above the disadvantages of life. Life can be very interesting with God by your side. So, take your walk with Jesus seriously.

The second resolution you should consider as you step into the New year is to plan with God. God never fails, so it’s only ideal to join forces with the winning team. Don’t just make your own plans. Plan prayerfully knowing that God is faithful and able to make all grace abound towards you. Do not be that man who plans and ask God to bless the plan, rather be the man who hears from God and plans accordingly. If you can take these two things seriously, it doesn’t matter what the devil brings your way in the New year, you will surely scale through and bear fruits. Hallelujah!


If you can consider walking with Jesus and planning with Him, your New year will be a glorious one!


Lord Jesus, I declare that I am taking every new step with you. My New Year resolutions and decisions are done by the guidance of the Holy Spirit. I will not walk alone this New Year but will plan my journey with you. Because I know you always win, therefore in the year 2023, I stand only to win in all areas of my life. Hallelujah!

Categories: December 2022


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