Be Ready For 2021 (Morning)


Isaiah 43:19 “Look, I am about to do something new. Now it begins to happen! Do you not recognize it? Yes, I will make a road in the desert and paths in the wilderness.

For some of us, becoming boy scouts or girl scouts are part of our lives. There they trained us on how to survive and adapt to new environments. But first, they must are trained on how to be ready and prepared within a small period. After the whistle is blown at a certain amount of time and code they must be ready. Their tent must be erected precisely. They must join their team in a strict amount of time. The whistle is blown when they are asleep also when they are in the middle of their meals. If the whistle is blown, they must abandon their current activities and follow the sound.

Many of us are falling asleep back in 2020, without anyone to raise the alarm and wake us up. When we were in spiritual slumber back in 2020 and disillusioned with catastrophic events that went one after another. Some of us may still not move away and let our past year behind. Lamenting.

But today, God kindly reminds us, gently wakes us up, be prepared and get ready. We are His scouts, and we must be ready when He blows His whistle. It could be anytime. His whistle is blown and He asked us to prepare ourselves, to rise up, and to stop taking pity on ourselves, lament the past. A new year means new ways of life and He has prepared it for us. This way, let’s welcome 2021 as a new opportunity to make huge spiritual breakthroughs, to fill our lives with His blessings and grace.


ARISE and be ready for THE YEAR 2021.


1. Are you ready to rise up and walk together with God in 2021?
2. What hinders your movements to rise up this year?
3. Can you write down your commitments to rise up and join His movement in 2021?


“O good Father, we are grateful because of Your everlasting love and kindness. We are fully aware, we must be ready to rise up and walk together with You. Lead us into salvation and Your magnificent plans. In the name of Jesus Christ, we pray. Amen.”


2 Chronicles 7-9
John 11:1-29