Crossovers & Ankle Breakers

Happy Sunday Guys! It’s the last Sunday and last day of the year. It’s only by God’s Grace that we’re seeing today so before we all rush off to church or do whatever end of year ritual we have going, let’s take time off to relax. Oh and a prosperous new year to you. Let’s get to reading then, shall we?

When you think about it, there’s nothing really extra ordinary about new year’s or crossing over. I mean think about it. It’s like sleeping on a Monday evening and waking up 8 hours later on a Tuesday morning. Only this time, you’re not sleeping and you’re most probably at a church breaking chains all in the name of crossing over. Step back bruh! Shoot!

My issue here is this, I’m glad we’re all coming together with thankful hearts and praise on our lips, making our presentation to God. It’s really great. But how can’t this be an everyday thing? Much like living the good life?

Why can’t you praise God with the same fervour as you do on this last day of the year? Which is fancy for asking why we can’t be consistently thankful?

I mean sure we’re going to have some days when we’re caught off guard and a couple of complains might slip but then you get up each time with Thanksgiving.

So while others are gonna be drunk with wine, a lot of us are gonna be in church, being filled with the Spirit. (That’s not to say you can’t get filled with the Spirit elsewhere). The point here is, you might be fulfilling one part of the scripture in Ephesians 5: 18, but let’s be clear on one thing, you need to go all out. Be thankful, always! Making melody in your heart!

What’s worse? A lot of resolutions are going to be flying around like nobody’s business but while we’re all going all out for this new year, new me steeze, we can just try to be thankful. At least.

Be thankful. And oh I’m sorry for the basketball pun scattered all through the post. Lemme also use this opportunity to invite you to TIME OF REELECTION. See flyer for details, below.

Thanks for making it thus far, let’s meet in the comment section then, shall we?

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