In many of our communities we can see construction happening all around us. We see workers building structures for business and for living, and we see the machinery that it takes to help construct these buildings and if can be impressive. It takes planning and engineering to erect these structures, and it takes a good amount of time and manpower to bring the project to a successful completion. It is at the end of these projects that there is usually some big ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of the project. When we think of all the time and energy it took for those structures, we must also take time to think about how great God is in all that He has created, and He did not use heavy equipment or manpower He simply said it, and it came to pass.
The Scripture reminds us, how great are your works, O Lord! Your thoughts are very deep! I encourage you today to remember all of the work of The Lord in your life. Remember where He has brought you from, and remember all of the ways that He has made for you. Remember how The Lord has a plan for your life and all of the promises that He has spoken for your life.
When you remember all of those things you will have no other choice but to thank and praise God for all of the marvelous work He has done in your life. The Lord’s thoughts for your life are deep and He wants to do some great things in your life. I am grateful for all of the work The Lord has done in my life, and all of the great things He is doing in my life. And I know that His thoughts for me are deep and He plans for my life are great.
Since I know that God has done and is doing a great work in me I have no doubt, “It’s My Year To Get My Thing From My God!”
Lord thank you for all of the great and wonderful things you are doing in my life and thank you for always thinking deep for my good and your glory. In Jesus Name Amen.
Rev. Dr. Stephen W. Pogue, Pastor
Greater Centennial A.M.E. Zion Church
Mount Vernon, NY