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Why a Word for the Year, Writer?

  By Maureen Miller   Do you have a word for the year?   Like many, I began choosing one several years ago after hearing others speak about the difference it made. But how does one choose—to pick that single word to guide her into the unfamiliar territory of a never-traveled-before year?   The answer comes from an Old Testament Scripture. Call to Me and I will answer you and tell you great and incomprehensible things you do not know  (Jeremiah 33:3 CSB). This verse promises God answers when we ask.   So, ask Him— What’s my word for the year?   I asked. Three times He confirmed that my word for 2023 is  calm.  And while I don’t know what will happen over the course of the next 365 days to challenge this, I trust God does. My part is to apply it, live by it, and see how it makes a difference.   But what else?   Jesus—the Word—has given us His Word—the Bible—as a guide. What better place than within its pages to discover truth upon which to stand. U sing Bi

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