Everyone can agree that 2020 was a tough year. So many changes, it’s hard to keep count. Some of the changes were bad and some good. But all of they together made memories. It’s funny how our mind stores every event in our lives. I can remember things that happen to me when I was 5 years old. And our minds can suppress memories that were let’s say difficult. But our minds hold the key to our lives. The immortal part of us is our mind, will and intellect. Most people call it our heart. This is what goes on into the next world. And all the memories that we have made are with us into eternity. I am not perfect. I am trying to get there, through the life I live here on this earth. When I was 28 years old, I gave my heart to Jesus and ask Him to come into my heart. He began to dwell with me in my heart. My life changed for better. I began to walk home to heaven. My journey has taken me many places. Some I didn’t want to go, but God directed and I followed. You see I am working out my salvation with fear and trembling. I have many memories of people I prayed for. I have seen many miracles. And I know that my life is not my own. I was bought with a price, Jesus’s death and resurrection. These blogs I write aren’t really written by me. Jesus, who is the word of God, writes these blogs through me. The Holy Spirit brings all things to remembrance. And then I write. I am glad that He does this for me. It improves my writing by 100%. But back to memories, it’s all about our actions and activities. We can choose what we are going to do this year. Hopefully, we will choose the right way. The bible says that when people stand before God in the end of all time, there will be a lot of crying. Because all of our memories will come up before God. God has given us a new year. So make this year the best you have ever lived. I pray a prosperous New Year.