2. Marriage Goals
After you’ve addressed the personal goals you will set for 2014, turn and focus on what you can do to strengthen your marriage. Now, in order to reach a marriage’s apex, I realize it requires the effort of both parties. You can’t make yourself experience a good marriage just through the exercise of your faith and not your spouse’s faith—but that doesn’t mean you can’t write down goals for your marriage. Read More…
Yesterday, I started talking about the fact that resolutions are a God-given idea. God wants us to set goals and objectives to help us make progress in our lives. Today I want to talk about the first area in our lives we need to address when we make our goals for 2014.
1. Personal Goals
The first goals you set for 2014 shouldn’t have to do with your business or even your family. The highest priority for you is your personal relationship with the Lord. Without spending time with Him, you will not go anywhere in the kingdom of God.
Everyone has an opinion on how you should start the New Year. Some say you should eat better. Some say exercise more. Others say you should spend more time with your family.
What do you say? What are your new year’s resolutions?
Contrary to what some may think, resolutions are a God-given idea. He wants us to set goals and objectives to help us make progress in our lives. Read More…