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Wednesday’s Word

Wednesday, January 10th, 2018


Your 2017 ride has quickly come to an end, and 2018 has already begun.
Please remain seated with your seatbelt fastened; let’s prepare to have some fun
As we move slowly though quickly into the 2018 track,
We are headed forward and learning from looking back
Thanks for joining me for Coffee Hour with Chicklit Power and Wednesday’s Word
with Trench Classes United. Grab your coffee and come join me for some
instructions for the ride ahead into the New Year, a few of which are
accompanied by scripture references.
As we creep up the track in the first month here are some things to do before we
reach the top, the end of January, and the ride begins picking up speed, as it
always does:
 Let go of bitterness and resentment. (Ephesians 4:31-32)
 Leave past failures behind and take only what you learned from them with
you. [Isaiah 43:19]
 Drop negativity in the trashcan to your right. And if you didn’t quite get rid
of it all, no worries; there will be another trashcan on your left just ahead.
 Old hurts, habits and/or hang-ups. For some of you, you only need to
resolve to dump an old habit or hurt or hang-up and it will be gone. There
will be a dumpster up ahead to throw it in. Remember every time the
enemy gets you thinking about it ask God to change your thoughts…and
trust me when I say HE will! For those of you who will require more work
than just “letting it go,” we will be exploring that in the new ride.

 Any doctrine that doesn’t line up with His love letters has got to go. If you
still have questions, there will be a few tracks up ahead to explore the
truths and learn how to apply them to your life in the journey ahead.
 Let go of that attitude of poverty and throw it in the burning bush just
ahead. His monetary and non-monetary blessings await you in and through
every new circumstance you will encounter on our ride in the New Year.
Some things you will want to take with you as you enter this new ride:
 Faith; it only needs to be the size of a mustard seed, but remember, that
means “pure” faith with no mixed doctrine!
 2017’s greatest memories. [Philippians 4:8]
 Any valuable lessons you learned from your previous rides/years.
 Your favorite life verse, and if you don’t have one yet, get one before
entering. Ask a friend for help or just open up “the Book!”
 Resolve realistically. Don’t make resolutions you have no intention on
keeping but when you resolve – which is to partner with the Holy
Spirit—you will succeed in all you endeavor on this ride through 2018.
 An attitude of gratitude- it will take you up the impending hills of the new
 Kindness- you will need this for the strangers you will meet as well as for
the people who are unkind.[Ephesians 4:32]
 Peace is essential and cannot be found on the side of the track but it is
within you as you take time to sit and be still in the ride.
 Joy-though it may tend to get a bit buried with the upcoming twists and
turns in the New Year, just remember to stir it up with one of His promises
and/or your life verse.
 Grace-there will be many people in this ride with you that will need your
unmerited favor, just as it has been given to you. There will be grace
stations along the way to replenish. [2 Corinthians 12:9]
 Love-this is the greatest and most important virtue to bring with you as we
begin the ride into the New Year for to love others is to have accepted His
gift of love and grace to you. [1 Corinthians 13]

Fasten your seat-belts, friends . . . Here we go!

Love and laughter,







P.S. may I challenge you to look up some scriptures to confirm these things to
let go of and to bring in the year ahead? Just look for key words or phrases and
ask Google to help you find scriptures pertaining to that word or phrase. Have