New Year 2020 Countdown


We officially start a new year and a new decade when the clock strikes midnight. 

While today . . . may seem like an ordinary day to some . . . it’s more.

New Year’s Eve gives the opportunity to look backwards, to learn from what was,  to determine what matters, to see what can be, and to envision more in the not-yet of the new.


There’s always more. 

Of course, our culture has conditioned us to think more means . . . more possessions . . . more power . . . and more privilege.


God’s more . . . is beyond what we can do . . . and produces soul-deep fulfillment. 



Look backwards and delineate the lessons you have learned. 

Form a vision for 2020 with conviction of God’s more. 


Get ready for the best year-ever!

Listen . . .

Think On This . . .

I love New Year’s Eve, a celebration of new beginnings. 

The New Year of 2020 is perfect for envisioning the picture of the not-yet . . . focusing on the reality of new possibilities rather than on what-was . . . what-should-have-been . . . what-is . . . and what-should-be.

Focusing on the new opportunities of 2020 requires a shift in our perspective.

Developing a picture of the not-yet is a process which continues until the last breath. 

While . . . the details may change over the years . . .  seeing more in the not-yet is transforming. 

Focusing on God’s presence is a crucial element of seeing more and developing a vision of more than can be imagined. 

It may take some time . . . but . . . the vision of more impacts how we experience life.

Happy New Year!

Perspective . . . 

Yes, feast on all the treasures of the heavenly realm and fill your thoughts with heavenly realities, and not with the distractions of the natural realm (Colossians 3:2 (TPT)). 

Daily Advent Think On This Podcast And Devotional

There’s more . . .

Think On This . . . devotional and podcast is released every. single. day.  You can listen to Think On This on our website or on Alexaitunes, and podbean.


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