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Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Where are your priorities?

“I will when I have time. “I do when I have time.”

We all have 24 hours - The same amount of time every day.

Having time is not the problem. Prioritizing our time is.

You want to improve your marriage?!    Come to Jesus.

You want healing?!  Come to Jesus.

Make time.

You cannot get what you want if you do not latch onto what you need. You by yourself cannot achieve completeness.

You think your marriage is just between each other?
Have you taken God out of the equation?
Have you forgotten He created you – both of you?
He founded marriage.

Answers to all of life are found in The Bible,  not in your personal thinking. If you do not know what God says, how can you possibly know  what is the best way to handle any and all you go through?
If you’re not in His word daily, if you’re not reading and listening and meditating on Him, you are missing the mark.

Do not be a Christian in name only.

Make time for Jesus.
He is here for you.

How  can you bring another to Christ if they do not see Jesus in you? How will they know, really know what they are missing?

Don’t just know God – but experience Him. Have a relationship with Him.

Where is your faith? Where is your trust?

Don’t stand at the back of the line and wonder if you should move to the front or stay where you are because it requires less work.

You have a devotional?! Read it! Daily. Meditate on it. Read the Scripture references. Make time. A regular set  time when you commune with God. Maybe it’s only 5 or 10 minutes, but do it!

Where do your priorities lie?

__relationship with spouse



__family time


__personal time


Where does God rank? Is He at the bottom?

You will fail without Him at the top of your life.

 God wants what is best for you. Won’t you get on the same page?

Come to Jesus.

Last place is not for Him. Without Him you achieve nothing worthwhile.

Make Him No. 1.
(c) July 23, 2014

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"Trust in the Lord with all your heart; do not depend on your own understanding. Seek His will in all you do, and He will direct your paths." - Proverbs 3:5-6