“At the beginning of the year the hand of the Lord was upon me.” Ezekiel 40:1
Whew! We made it through 2017 with all of its challenges, heartaches, blessings, opportunities, and distressing circumstances. We look back and wonder how did we do it? If the old year worried you, don’t let those anxieties follow you into 2018. If you’re exhausted after the holidays, pause long enough to thank God for His mercies that never cease.
Think about Ezekiel. At the beginning of his year he was reeling from news that Jerusalem had fallen to the Babylonians. God reached down and touched him and lifted him up and transported him by revelation into the future. He saw what God was preparing for days to come, and the prophet was so overwhelmed it required the rest of the book of Ezekiel, chapters 40-48, to describe the glories he saw.
God may not transport you to the future, but He has revealed His promises for the future in His Word, the Bible. You can trust Him for this coming year, all the years ahead, and the endless years of eternity. God’s hand is on us for this year of 2018.
Pastor Tim Cress - Weskan Bible Church
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