How often do we try to live our lives without making plans? And yet think about how much of our lives demands planning: money, family, time; time to take care of our bodies, our minds, and our souls.
You know all of this requires a plan. Today we talked about the importance of planning; the practical aspects and perspectives that come from the Scriptures about planning.
We talked about these perspectives:
- Act or be acted upon.
- Life lavishly rewards the diligent, but severely punishes the lazy.
- You’ve got to figure out what matters most, focus on that, and let everything else float on by.
- Everyone ends up somewhere, but few people end up somewhere on purpose.
- When your love wounds diminish the one you love, you are an enabler.
These are the ideas we talked about as we talked about the importance of making a plan. If you find yourself today in a place you don’t like, the best way to get to where you want to be is make a plan. We talked about how to do it, what the steps are, and the questions to ask. Check out the talk here on the podcast.