Some of the hardest moments in life can be when we have to let go of something. But the faster we do so, the better it is for us. Preparing to go into a new year, we are inclined to consider things we have not yet acquired. Perhaps there are even people or places we still feel very connected to but we need to release these. Let’s take a quick moment to discuss more about, “Letting IT go.”
Don’t bring into the New Year; things that are no longer of worth, value, purpose, or what could be a hindrance to you. Consider a new year, a new season with great opportunity to set new goals and greater perspective on things. I sincerely believe that God has so much more for each of us but we must let go first to receive the new and the more.
Coming into something new requires a mindset of greater things yet to come. It is amazing the release you acquire when you sincerely, ‘let IT go.’ What is the ‘IT‘ you are facing? What has been the thing that has hindered you from moving forward? Prepare for the new when you decide to ‘let IT go.’
It is important to be honest about these things we are holding so tightly to. As we let IT go, we give ourselves the opportunity to receive new things. Share what you have chosen to let go because you knew it was so important as you walked into the new. Prepare for the new year with the decision to let IT go.
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