Happy New Year!
I am happy to begin again! :)
Every morning, I wake up to the Dictionary app's word of the day notification on my phone. I internally giggled at today's word "Redintegrate", which means to make whole again; restore to a perfect state; renew; reestablish.
What is so funny about this word is the confirmation it yields me. I have been plush with desire to be made whole again, renewed. Just two days ago, in my first blog post (check it out!), I gently grazed the word "wholeness", as I listed a few of the things I want God to pour all over me this year. This is not a new year's resolution (I hate those), it is a part of my perpetual growth that is transcending. I will own all of the pieces of my growth as God picks them up and uses them to intricately put me back together, better than ever before. The importance of renewal is defined all throughout life. A driver's License has an expiration date and requires renewal in order for it to be continuously valid and utilized. If something goes beyond its date of expiration, it loses it's effectiveness and can become poisonous, like milk that has expired. I don't want to be like spoiled milk or like a drivers license that is no longer useful.
With all of the above expressed, I am determined to be keen on areas of my life that need renewal and to allow God to breathe restoration into each crease as it irons out and realigns with his divine will.
He makes all things new.
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