What Was This Year Like For You?

If I were to think of one word that described this year for me, it would be change.

This year was jam packed with changes, big and small. There were a lot of adjustments I had to make on account of all the changes too.

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Change has never been an easy thing for me. So this year was a real challenge on multiple levels, but it stretched me and my faith.

During the summer months, I was filled with angst and anxiety. I hadn’t felt so nervous in a long time. It was affecting my sleep, my job and my life. It took everything in me to trust the Lord through a shaky and unstable time. I wasn’t sure what was going to happen and I confess, I was scared.

All I could do was talk to God and ask Him to help me. I am happy to report that He got me through the tough time and turned it around for good.

This year through all the influx of change, I managed to accomplish a lot. I couldn’t do it without the Lord and the support of the man He blessed me with.

There is a saying that behind every great man is a good woman, but I say this, that behind every happy wife is a great husband.

I can attest, I have the best husband in the world. It’s not to boast or brag, I’m just telling the truth and paying tribute.

I realize what I have been given is more than gifts under a tree. We mustn’t take for granted the blessings of those we love, a roof over our heads, food in our stomachs, and clothing on our backs.

The fact that we have Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith. He is the greatest gift of all.

I’m grateful for what I have. I give thanks unto God for being in my right mind, for good health, for my husband and children, family, friends, my job and colleagues.

I think about those who are in prison, those who are hungry, those who are sick, those who have lost family members, parents who have missing children, those who are homeless, the list goes on.

I can find a hundred things to complain about, but when I look around me, I give thanks for what the Lord has done in my life and the ability He gives me to accomplish so much.

So here is to a spectacular 2014. I pray 2014 is the best year yet, for all of us.

Happy New Year!

How was this year for you?

  • http://www.joanhallwrites.com/ Joan

    Not a lot happened this year at least nothing unusual, and I guess that’s good. I’ve had a few of those years where all I could do is trust that God would get me through. Wishing you a wonderful 2014, filled with the richness of His love!

    Blessings,
    Joan

    • http://www.ordinaryservant.com/ Pilar Arsenec

      Thank you, Joan. I wish you the very best in 2014. I appreciate your support. God bless you.