Word 4 Today April 6, 2011


It seems in the world today we have less and less time to spend alone, be quiet and think about our lives.  We have so many things on the calendar and our schedules are pretty much pushed to the limits.  Maybe it’s time to schedule a meeting that only you are allowed to attend.  It might provide a great opportunity to reorganize your thoughts, prioritize your needs, and take your company in a new and exciting direction.  It may be a good time to reenergize your body, sooth your spirit, and examine your soul.  It seems we always make time to waste on things that have no eternal and lasting value, but very little time getting to know ourselves.  Who am I really?  What do I hope to accomplish?  What’s my purpose?  These are tough questions to ask because they will always require honesty.  I think sometimes we intentionally avoid ourselves by pumping up the volume, filling every moment of everyday, and ignoring ourselves.  Someone’s calling but often times we are too busy to hear His voice.  Meditate on these things; give yourself entirely to them, that your progress may be evident to all.  1 Timothy 4:15


Lord, today I am going to schedule a meeting.  I will remove all the distractions from my life and focus my attention on who I really am, and what I am destined to do.  I must not be afraid to be alone, to face myself, and prepare to move in a new direction.  I pray for a productive meeting and know that what I learn from it will be a blessing to many.

Maybe it’s time to schedule a meeting with yourself.

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