Goals That Lead to Success
So what plans do you have for your future? Have you prayed to God for your best outcome?
I know I just blew it too many times! I dug a pretty deep hole and found myself looking up for help. That’s when I prayed, after the problems were too much for me to handle. More times than I care to recall!
Yes, God answered my prayers! But just like the back cover of Goals That Lead to Success states, God chose to use my circumstance to cause me to seek His best answer to my problem. Not exactly my plans or my first choice. But God knew that my chosen solution would not bring glory to Him. Nope!
I had to learn what God wanted to teach me. School of hard knocks, for sure! Sometimes it takes years, perhaps decades, for a hard-headed sinner to finally “get it” and work with God and not force “my best solution” that wouldn’t work anyway!
Henry Blackaby in Experiencing God teaches that God reveals Himself, His purposes, and His way through:
- The Bible
- The Church
- Your personal circumstances
So, what about you, your hopes, dreams and future aspirations? It’s always a good idea to check out God’s Word and write your prayer response.
Let’s keep growing and getting closer to God! He wants you to experience His presence as you go through trials and bless your personal circumstances too!
Goals That Lead to Success is the third of four small Bible Bites prayer journals.
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52 pages of Scripture
4” X 6”
Reviewed in the United States on October 26, 2019
This is a great book by Henry and Richard Blackaby and Claude King that we’re studying in our Ladies’ Bible Study along with the study manual. I highly recommend this book. They focus on these things:
1. God is always at work around you.
2. God pursues a continuing love relationship with Him in His work.
3. God invites you to become involved with Him in His work.
4. God speaks by the Holy Spirit through the Bible, prayer, circumstances and the church to reveal Himself, His purposes, and His ways.
5. God’s invitation for you to work with Him always leads you to a crisis of belief that requires faith and action.
6. You must make major adjustments in your life to join God in what He is doing.
7. You come to know God by experience as you obey Him, and He accomplishes His work through you.
I made too many mistakes, just jumping ahead on my own before asking God for help.