How Is Jesus Leading You Into 2023?

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“Jesus said to him, ‘I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me.’” 

John 14:6 (ESV)

There’s a path that leads from ho-hum to inside-out. It’s a path to more— more joy, more wisdom, more blessings, more love, more God. How is Jesus leading you into 2023?

Do you feel like your walk through life is filled with many twists, turns, and tangles? 

I’ve been there. There have been times when I cried out to God, “I don’t know what to do! I don’t know what You want me to do. I think You’re telling me to walk this way. If You’re not guiding me this way, slam the door shut.” 

Have you prayed that prayer? 

God is faithful, and He will open the door wider or slam it shut if you ask Him. Trust Him. Jesus is the path to God, our heavenly Father, and in Jesus is complete truth, the truth that leads to life eternal. 

If we want to know the way, the truth, and the life, we must get closer to Jesus. 

Meditate on the truth that God loved us so much that He gave us the ultimate gift. God gave His own dear Son, so that we might be free from sin. Does that fact take your breath away? 

Our Creator asks us to abide in His Word and promises to reveal His Divine Truth, Truth that will set us free from sin. 

Truth leads the way. Truth gives life.

Jesus, turn our hearts inside-out as you lead us on the True Path … we want to walk in Your way, Your truth, Your life. In Your name, we pray. Amen. 


  1. Read John 14. What does the Scripture reveal about the way, truth, and life?
  2. What actions will you take to get closer to Jesus?
  3. How has this month of preparing to celebrate Jesus changed you?

How is Jesus leading you into 2023?

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