Goals

Proverbs 16:3. Commit your works to the Lord And your plans will be established.

Proverbs 16:9. The mind of man plans his way,  And the Lord directs his steps.

It is only a couple weeks now before the new year, a perfect time to start some new goals. The first and most important goal ought to be a Bible reading goal. Read 15 minutes a day and you can read the Bible through. Pray 15 minutes a day and you can pray the church prayer letter In a week, your family every day, lost people every day, and your personal needs, goals, and struggles every day. If you read and pray 30 minutes most every day you will never backslide, and God will bless you with strength, joy, peace, wisdom, and opportunities to do something significant with your life. Make a goal to pray with your spouse which is the most proactive thing you can do to have a great marriage. Make a goal to lose weight, to exercise, to read a book a month. A dozen is a good number of goals 

Write your goals down in complete, easy to read sentences, and read them every day. If you have a dozen goals it takes 60 seconds to read them, but by reading them every day you improve the probability of accomplishing them 100%. It is almost impossible not accomplish a goal that you read every day. 

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