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Greetings to you and your family! I pray everyone had a blessed Thanksgiving and that you are safe and well today and everyday after. I am coming to you with another article and hope this gives you some hope in this troubling world we are living in. My husband and I were watching online church this morning, and when the pastor was reading the scripture, he came across an example of God changing someones’ name. I started thinking about that and wondered why God would change names in the Bible. I did a little research on the subject, and what I learned is that God would often change someones’ name when He wanted them to embody a new identity. This was also in a time where your name had huge significance to your identity. Parents would name their children with a prophetic foresight to what their purpose and life would be. When God interacted with some in their life, he would change their name with the intention of a new mission for their life.

I personally relate to the story of Abram and Sarai in Genesis in the Old Testament. The time their names were changed, they had no children and were older in their age. God changed their names to Abraham which means ‘Father of many’ and Sarah which means ‘Mother of nations.’ My husband and I have no children together and we are older in age. My husband has 3 children from previous relationships and we do have a child in Heaven so we have been blessed to have them if only for a moment. All I ever wanted in life was to be a wife and mother and I don’t know if we will ever have children we birth together but we have watched many children over the years and have shared our love with all we could. We have talked adoption or foster care and who knows what could happen in the future. We have often questioned why we have not had children together but we keep our faith in God and except that if we are to be childless together, their is a reason and it will be known in God’s time.

The point to this article is to say, your name is not who you are, but what God calls you. You are His child and He has a purpose for you outside of what this world might call you. Someone else might have decided who you are, but God calls you by your real name and He knows your purpose and reason. Life does not always turn out like we think it should, and their are many road blocks along the way to distract you from the path God has laid out for you. You can hold onto and have faith in that you will receive a new name and identity putting your trust in God. In Revelation 2:17, we will get a new name when we reach Heaven and the old identity will go away. All the failures and disappointments of this life will be new more and when God speaks our new name, we will transition to His promise and be with Him evermore!

God Bless You, Krisha Hall 11/29/20

Written by: Krisha Hall

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