Tick-tock 

The year is coming to an end and no it’s not the rapture(atleast not yet).
We will usher in a new year a few hours from now and I am super excited; new year ,new beginnings, fresh page to re-write my history.

I spent my afternoon watching London has fallen ,such a great movie I must say with Michael protecting the president of the United States of America with utmost loyalty and bravery.

He assured him,he would die protecting him.and better yet, he wouldn’t let him die on his watch.

What sort of bravery and loyalty school did he attend??

The movie reminded me of two things;

1.God’s undying love for us that while we were yet sinners Christ died for us.one may ask why however its more about the attitude of the giver than the receiver.

As you go into 2017 be reminded of God’s undying,unchanging, constant lOVE.He loves you and will always choose you.

2.The promises of God which are yes in Christ.

“For no matter how many promises God has made, they are “Yes” in Christ. And so through him the “Amen” is spoken by us to the glory of God(NIV)”
God is not a son of man to lie,whatever He has promised He will do.

Believe on and in Him as you approach the new year because He is still faithful and will do what He has said He will do.

#Happy 2017

#challenge yourself to grow

#Trust in God.

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