DAILY MEDITATION

March 18, 2018

Now them that are such we command and exhort by our Lord Jesus Christ, that with quietness they work, and eat their own bread.

But ye, brethren, be not weary in well doing.

II Thessalonians 3:12-13

 

The issue all of us face in life is how to balance all the components of our life for our promised life and life more abundantly.  Often when one aspect of our life, whether our health, work, play, or love life is out of whack it effects all parts of our life.  To ensure that you have balance in each part it demands our building out a well-lived and joy filled life that is balanced.  To balance requires Strategic Planning with all parts in mind.  God has not promised you life and life more abundantly in your career for all the other parts of your life to fall apart or be in chaos because eventually the chaos will contaminate the other parts.  To avoid the deterioration and chaos affecting your entire life one must stay on assignment.  Understand that your assignment, purpose is connected not only to what God is up to in the world but also what He is up to in your entire life.  Consider and Strategically Plan for the fulfillment of your assignment with your whole life in mind, determining how all pieces work together for the good to accomplish that which God has declared.  The only way to plan appropriately is to remain in tune with your assignment and to God’s leading and direction for your entire life.  The God’s choices for your life may not make sense to you and leave you frustrated about the how but trust God and remain committed to His way for God knew and knows and has a plan and purpose that shall be manifested with each and every part of who you are.  Know that every part of your life is necessary and important for your witness.  Go ahead and Occupy Your Promise in balance, seeking and executing God’s will for every aspect of your life.  All parts of your life are necessary and are from the same source so that all of your life may profit!  

 

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