I’ve read about choosing a "word for the year" for several years now, but have never done it. Until a couple of days ago. The word I chose is not a typical word … or even a word that I would have had in my vocabulary until recently. Let me briefly explain.
This last year and a half ... actually, the last several years ... have been particularly difficult for me. Through the fear and the trials and the disappointments I have tried to cling to the promises of God and have been blessed endlessly by the love of family and friends. The days ahead are still uncertain … as for any of us, I suppose ... but I will continue on the best I can with what He gives me.
Over the past week or so, I’ve been touched by a particular Bible verse and a friend sent me the link below to add a little more food for thought. So this year … at least the beginning of it … I am claiming Colossians 1:17 (in Him ALL things hold together) as my verse and LAMININ as my word. Yes, laminin.
You’ll have to Google it … you have to SEE it to understand … like Louie Giglio did in his video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F0-NPPIeeRk&feature=youtu.be
This year I will remember: My Lord truly is holding me together, in more ways than I can even begin to imagine.