"Good timing, Tammie," I thought to myself. But, as I pondered the idea of Finale a while longer, I realized that, while Sunday Scribblings was no longer going to post "new" writing prompts, there were nearly 400 writing prompts running back over the years since the blog had been started which I could access and still use to prompt my writing. So, really, this was still the beginning for me.
Isn't that true with life? How many times do we mourn the "end" of something; a job, a
|A refreshing start is like a bubbling source of water...|
The clean slate...
I couldn't wait to start college because I wanted to get away from high school; get away from a place where I had felt trapped in a box of labels from which I couldn't escape.
- "Goody Two Shoes"
- "Teacher's Pet"
We're told in the Bible that the old us, the sinful us, dies when we become a new creation in Jesus Christ. We are also told that God's mercies are new every morning. If that is true, then each day can be just as refreshing as the "big" changes, the "big" finales. Each day I can believe that the old sinful part of myself is dead and that I have the chance for a fresh start; a chance to be the "me" that I know I can be in Jesus.
And so, with all that in mind, let the curtain now rise on a brand new day...