Six Things To Do Before The Year Ends

Before the year ends, take a moment and thank God for the gift of life. You may not have accomplished your goals, but you have life in you. Being alive is an accomplishment, celebrate it!

Before the year ends, close your eyes and think about the heartbreaking moments and disappointments you felt this year. Thank God for giving you victory whether you experienced victory or hope for victory. I tried it last night, it brought tears to my eyes and filled my soul with hope for the future. Rejoice in the Lord always, again I say rejoice.

Before the year ends, write down your goals and vision for the coming year in form of thanksgiving or testimony. Write “Thank you heavenly father that my first book was published in 2020”, “Thank you father that I got the job promotion and pay raise”, “Thank you father for my spiritual growth”, etc. You can make your requests known with thanksgiving.

Before the year ends, forgive those who hurt you and forgive yourself. Do not carry that pain and baggage into a new year. When we do not forgive, we hinder our prayers and hold ourselves captive to those who hurt us. Self-forgiveness gives us the opportunity to embrace new beginnings. Experience freedom, you deserve it!

Before the year ends, sit with your spouse and children and reflect on the year. Ask one another, what did we do right and what can we do better? Let this guide your family’s goals and vision for the new year.

Before the year ends, dream and believe again. Start the new year with hope. The coming year is a gift. What will you do with it?

I am working on these things, feel free to join me.

God bless you!


  1. Beautiful list, Temi ❤️ Happy New Year! And I wasn’t sure if you knew your comments on the awards post are turned off (I had that happen to me by mistake once), but thank you for thinking of me! 😘

  2. These are good!

    Before the ends, I want to forgive myself. I want to forgive myself for all the times I thought I deserved less. For not being honest with myself and for hiding because I was consumed with being worried about what other people thought about me.

  3. These are important areas to reflect on. Especially remembering what God has done and being thankful. I like the idea of dreaming and believing in the last step! Thanks Temi!

  4. Thank you Temi, as l was praying this morning and reflected on the unmerited favour and grace l received this year alone l cannot tell it all.He is God from beginning to the end

  5. Great things to note sis. The aspect of letting go of the baggage is key. And same here thinking about how far He has brought me through the year made me cry a lot. Geez, I never knew I could make it through the strains.
    But God indeed holds us together!.

    Happy new year. 💃

  6. Wonderful post sis. #5 is a family tradition in my home. We sit down to reflect on the year and look at the goals we penned down. We thank God during that process both for the attainable and unattainable. We then write down the goals for the New Year and commit them into God’s hands.
    The goals pertain to all aspects of our lives. We write them all down.
    Happy New Year!!!!

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