Well, we made it through Y2K. At least if you are reading this, I presume that we made it through Y2K. If you’re not reading this either the power grid failed and we couldn’t have church, or the entire cyber space infrastructure collapsed, and you can’t read it on the Internet. Maybe you’re not reading it because you just didn’t come to church today. Presumably you are reading it, which is good news for Y2K and for your church attendance.
Being only two days into the year 2000 (wow that seems weird), have you had a chance to make and break a few New Year’s Resolutions? It seems as if we go into each New Year with the greatest intentions about what we will quit or what we will start, what we will lose or what we will find, what we will do or what we won’t do.
If your New Year’s Resolution is a spiritual one; you are going to pray more, give more, attend church more, read your Bible more or tell more people about Jesus, then you are going to need help because you already know that you can’t do it by yourself. So why not start by giving the New Year to God?
Have a great week and remember: To see what is possible, you’ll have to attempt the impossible.