“Look carefully then how you walk, not as unwise but as wise, making the best use of the time, because the days are evil. Therefore do not be foolish, but understand what the will of the Lord is.”
In the rush of day to day activities it is easy to feel as if we are walking around in a fog. We sometimes go from one task to another with little sense of direction. One day runs into another and we often come to the end of our day wondering if we accomplished anything at all.
The 3 Questions to Keep You on Track:
Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as in Christ God forgave you. Ephesians 4:32
The command for us to forgive one another is a theme that runs through the Bible from beginning to end. But, for as powerful as forgiveness can be in our lives, there are some things it cannot do…
Here are the Five Things Forgiveness DOES NOT DO…
He had a dream that he put off
to wait for a better day.
But every day that he got up
That day just never came.
He planned the steps that He would take when opportunity came his way.
But every time opportunity came he’d
wait for a better day.
Many years have come and gone
since the dream came to him that day.
He’s told himself, “One day I will”
thats just what he would say.
There is always a need to create “to do” lists. These remind us of what needs to be done to achieve our goals. But there is also another list we all need. This list reminds us of things that we may not think about as often.
What is The One List You Don’t Have…But NEED!
It is called a “stop doing list.”
What is a “stop doing list”?
It is a list of all the things that we do which keep us from doing the things that we really need to do. These things may have been a part of our life for many years but need to be ended none the less.