Looking Forward to the New Year

 

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I would like to wish each and everyone a Happy and Safe New Year. The New Year season represents a time to look forward toward big and better things to come. Last year came with some up’s and down’s but I hope to look forward, forgetting those things behind and pressing toward the mark of the high calling in God. See, I have decided to focus this next year on my Heavenly Father and not on worldly possessions or myself. I do not want to make any New Year resolutions but to say this. I will try to witness more, read the Bible more and praise my God in Heaven more this year.

To truly honor God, I want to thank him for all the blessings he has bestowed upon me and my family. He has guided me toward starting a new Christian blog located here. http://godlywitnesses.wordpress.com/. I have had a few followers already and the blog seems to be going in the right direction. Topics include: Fasting, Grace, Trusting in God, Heaven, Jesus, and many others. I hope this blog will help others come to Christ.

Another blessing is my new publishing company. I am starting slow by financing myself. I strive to look for decent books that would encourage, inspire or edify others. I will not compromise my values and publish anything that I consider ungodly. There are too many books that are influencing our country in a negative way. Submissions are currently closed but will restart soon!

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