Have you ever wanted to start over?
Have you ever made a mistake and wanted to erase that mistake?
Have you ever gotten out of the habit of doing something good and wanted to get back on the right track?
I feel this way about blogging. I’ve been writing here on my blog for over eleven years, and I have fallen out of my blogging grove over the past several months.
Yesterday, my wife told me she missed my blog posts, and I’ve had a few people check in with me to make sure I was okay after they hadn’t heard from me for a while. (Thanks for checking in on me!)
I don’t want to erase everything I’ve written in the past, but I sometimes wish I could start over with the same energy and time commitment to writing. Some of this is in my control, but I also recognize that many things have changed for me over the past eleven years – especially over the past two years since I took on more responsibility at work.
And so I come back to my blog and to you, my readers, asking for a “Do Over.”
I want to get back on the right track, and I’m hoping you’ll join me on the journey.
See you tomorrow!
Do you need a Do Over?
Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come: The old has gone, the new is here! 2 Corinthians 5:17
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I remember playing games as a kid, and asking for a “Do Over” when things didn’t go the way I wanted the to go. One of my friends or I would yell, “Do Over!” And if our friends were feeling generous they would let us start over again.
Sometimes in life, it feels like we could use a “Do Over.” Maybe you a fresh start in a relationship. Maybe you need a new beginning along your career path. Maybe you to hit the restart button on fitness or nutrition.
You are not alone!
How did you start the year? Are you on track to meet the goals you set for yourself at the beginning of the year?
Or have you given up?
Life keeps us busy. And too often, we find ourselves simply busy being busy. We aren’t making the progress in life we’d really like to make, and we don’t even know it. We give up being intentional, so we can keep up with the mundane every day tasks that distract us from reaching our real potential. We feel stuck. We feel stalled. And we even feel lost.
It doesn’t have to be this way!
This is the day that the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it. Psalm 118:24 ESV
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