This post came across my timeline the other day that said, "Can someone put 2020 on reset?" 2020 has definitely had some major global impacts. It started off with the shocking death of Kobe Bryant, his daughter, and their precious friends who were on that fateful helicopter with them. That shook me because of the shock and gravity of the situation. It was then that I began to think about some changes I needed to make. After Kobe's public memorial at the end of February, our world quickly started to shift as a result of COVID-19 and that is the reason for people wanting to reset 2020.
As I sat thinking about how many of us are wishing we could reset 2020, God broke into my thought process (as He often does) and said, "Nicole, I want you to take this opportunity to do a personal reset". A personal reset? Here's what I walked away with from this conversation with God.
We may not be able to reset 2020 but because of the unique set of circumstances we find ourselves in we have an opportunity to do a personal #RESET2020. What does it mean to do a reset? I decided to dig into the actual meaning of the word reset a little deeper.
RESET: "to set again", "to set, adjust, or fix in a new or different way," "a plant that is replanted"
SET: "to put something or someone in a particular place," "to place in a particular position or posture," "to put in the proper position," "to put in the proper or desired order or condition for use".
So, when you are saying you want a 2020 RESET, you are putting yourself in a posture to receive from God. You are putting yourselves in a desired order or condition to be used by God. This process requires that you ask yourself a few questions: