Happy Friday! How was your day? We finally had a break in the weather this afternoon. We went from nearly 100 degrees and humidity to match, through a couple of massive thunderstorms, and now this evening it’s only in the 70s and MUCH cooler! It’s the right balance of moderate temperature and better air quality that makes it much easier to breathe, for people like me with respiratory problems!
Speaking of balance, onto your Friday inspiration.
“It takes discipline to balance your life.
Examine your life today,
and do what is needed to bring balance
to the way you use your time.
If you have been asking God
to lead you in the way you should go,
you will have a sense of purpose building in you.
You can ask God to help you plan
your day, your week, and your life.
I encourage you to write down the things
that God imprints on your heart to do.
Writing the vision,
and placing it where you can routinely see it,
will help settle the plan God puts inside of you.
Life without purpose is vanity.
Today is an opportunity
to willfully and deliberately seek God
with the intent to know Him better
than we knew Him yesterday.
Today we can deliberately move forward
with the intent to accomplish
good things for the kingdom.”
–Joyce Meyer in “Starting the Day Right”
Balance, planning, and purpose…relevant areas of my life under development right now. I am determined to continue to pull down strongholds, overcome hurdles, and achieve a greater level of productivity and victorious living that aligns with the purpose in my life.
So what are YOUR thoughts?
Is your life balanced or off balance right now?
Do you have a plan to discover or fulfill your purpose in life?
**PLEASE NOTE** I finally have my other blog up and running again (K. Lee Banks, Inspired Freelance Consultant) and you might be interested in following my series I’m re-publishing from 2013-2014. It is entitled, “Preventing Procrastination, Prioritizing Priorities, and Pursuing Purpose.” The opening post is this one: “Procrastination, Priorities, and Purpose – Part 1 – Defining Procrastination.”