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Do God's Work and all Your Needs will be Met
Fri May 23, 2014 12:22 am by Camille
God always provides for our needs according to His riches in glory through Christ Jesus.

Philippians 4:19

As long as we are doing the work of the Lord God will always meet our needs. As long as we are pointing others to God, He will always see that you have plenty.

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PostSubject: Make Your Time Count   Mon Dec 04, 2017 2:22 pm


Make Your Time Count


If there aren't enough hours in your day to get everything done, chances are you can relate to David's lament: 'All our busy rushing ends in nothing.' Mark Roberts writes, 'It's hard to think of a more relevant insight for our time... we're seeing our nest eggs dry up and our economic hopes dashed... We feel as if we've been rushing about "[like] moving shadows" (Psalms 39:6 NLT), without substance.' To maximise your time, Mary M. Byers says: 'Make lists: what do you want to accomplish this week? List work-related tasks on one side and home-related on the other. That way you won't have to struggle to remember everything. Consult your schedule first: understanding your current workload is essential to maintaining realistic goals. Are you booked solid, or is this a more relaxed week? If it's the latter, you can tackle more than you could during times when you're constantly on-the-go. Prioritise: highlight what has to be done this week, and put everything else on a secondary list. Focus on your highest priority and work on the rest as time permits. Delegate: is there a colleague who can assist at work? The same applies to home-based activities; let your kids pitch in. It'll help you, and instil a sense of pride and responsibility in them. Identify extenuating circumstances: are you running yourself ragged caring for a loved one, or doing double duty while your spouse is away? At particularly challenging times, give yourself permission to let some things slide without feeling guilty that you're not accomplishing as much as usual. Learn to let go: the longer something is on your list, the less important it's likely to be.'


Soul food: Mark 13:1-13; 1 Kings 6; Hosea 8

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