Archive for February, 2010
God gives each one of us, each and every day, 24 hours - eighty-six thousand four hundred seconds. At the end of the day, any that’s unused or misused or didn’t use, you lose. If you don’t use it, you lose it. And you’re never going to get it back.
Looking at Jesus’ teaching in Matthew 24-25, here’s the bottom line again … this life is preparation for eternity; it’s a trust, it’s a tool, it’s a test. In eternity, God has certain roles and rewards and responsibilities for you to do in heaven. He is watching to see how faithful you are with what He’s given you here and if you use it in the right way He’s going to share the whole thing with you in heaven.
After establishing the “Why” of setting godly goals that God desires to bless (they give us hope; focus or energy & efforts; stretch our faith; and build our character), we’re continuing the series by answering the question “What does a Godly goal look like?” Not every goal that you set is a good goal, much [...]