Life is like a book with many chapters. Some have 70; some, more; others, less. To each chapter has been assigned 365 pages, and every fifth chapter, one extra page. The size of our books don’t really matter. What counts is that we’ve all been given pens to write what we want others to read from our books. Sometimes we write well—by our choices and actions. Other times, we don’t. Regardless of what you’ve written in this current chapter of your book, a new chapter beckons. Make this new chapter count—by writing well on each blank page. Why? Because the latest chapter and page of YOUR book determine whether or not your name is in GOD’S Book of Life. Happy New Year! (Psalm 90:10; Luke 10:20; Revelation 3:5).—Samuel Koranteng-Pipim
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