This week lets focus on that one thing we need to do for our vision.
What is your big picture? What is your purpose? What kind of mark are you leaving on this planet? Having a vision helps you plan the roadmap for how to get there.
My vision evolves. As the world around me changes and I learn more about it, so does the place where I am going. My vision evolves.
For the Month of May. we will be Visionaries! We will focus on thinking and planning for the future with imagination and wisdom. ( And my wisdom comes from God)
Just because you don’t see it, doesn’t mean I don’t do it. This is the last week of Caring, but not the last time I will care.
This past weekend we just experienced the ultimate in caring. Some of us celebrated Resurrection Sunday that remembers the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ. He laid down his life so that we can have a personal relationship with God. He did this because He cared. He lived a life to show us what caring looked like.
He left us with the message to go and do likewise…
Caring looks like compassion.
This week I heard a teacher say God wants us to care.
She pointed out that one of the first ways He introduces Himself to man in Exodus 34:6 is that he is Compassionate.
He is cares. We should care too.
I care. I am concerned and interested in what happens. It is easy to not care about people you don’t know. Or people who are not like you.
But this month, let’s all care everybody.
I am confident God knows what He is doing. He has promised He only wants good things for me. I believe Him. I am going to try and stay out of His way.
Sometimes when the things you do are not working, what do you do? Where do you find encouragement? Where do you find hope?
I look to God for my confidence. There is usually something in the struggle I need to learn in order to succeed.
Rehearse your past successes. Remember who you are.