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A New Beginning by Chaplain Yolanda Walker

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Chaplain Yolanda Walker, M.Div.

A New Beginning Devotion

Sisters at times we all suffer with fear and agony of having a new beginning.  Starting a new job or career can have us questioning ourselves and a lot of what if’s.  What if they don’t like me?  What if I can’t get along with my supervisor?  What if I get delayed in traffic? 

When I think of the Story of Sarah and Abraham.  The Lord prophesied their new beginning by having a child at an old age.  Of coarse, Sarah laughed at such a prophecy that she would give birth at her old age.  What are you telling God that you can’t do because you feel you are too old, too poor, too young, or too uneducated.  Does God really care about our excuses?  It’s time for your new beginning.  You have been doing things the same way consistently and it’s not working, guess what?  It means, it’s time to change, yes, it’s time for your new beginning, your new start.  Let’s close the chapter of excuses and open the new chapter of  your new beginning. 

Isaiah 43:19 tells us:  Remember not the former things, nor consider the things of old. Behold I am doing a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it?  I will make a way in the wilderness and rivers in the desert.

Your new beginning will bring great joy.  You will begin to laugh again in your next chapter or next season.  Don’t get upset or angry at people who do not understand your new beginning.  You do not have to explain yourself to individuals who are content with you in your past desert or wilderness season.  God is bringing you out of your drought and you have a new beginning.  This is your new season, sisters, let’s walk in it. http://www.trifoldoutreach.com

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