Did I Happen To Mention?

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Did I Happen To Mention?
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How many times have you heard – “Did I happen to mention . . . “ and then someone finishes a thought. Indeed, every mention can become a conversation. Incidentally, this is exactly what Jesus does. He mentions things. In fact, He’s a master at mentioning critical information.

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Important Stuff We Forget

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Important Stuff We Forget
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We had a leap year this year. And it struck me again how that phenomenon only occurs every four years. So, what happens to the important stuff that occurs on Feb. 29th? Like a birth, anniversary, a death, start date of a business, etc. Do those special events get appropriate attention? Or do they make it on a list of important stuff we forget for another four years? From my connection with people who have a Feb. 29th event, most retain their date – but move celebrations or remembrances to the day before or after. What can we learn from this interesting reality?

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Accomplish Your Purpose – Helpful Steps

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Accomplish Your Purpose - Helpful Steps
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So, did you accomplish your purpose today? Yesterday? Are you on-target with your life purpose?

  • Think back to when you start your day:
  • Before getting out of bed, multi-thoughts fire as you contemplate another new day.
  • Getting dressed, life responsibilities already form in your brain.
  • Downing breakfast, you focus on making progress today.
  • You might jot “to do’s” in your planner so you don’t forget.
  • At your work place, ideas about life balance might appear . . . and quickly disappear as you dive into responsibilities.

 

With duties bombarding your waking hours – do you accomplish your purpose for being alive? Do you know why God created you?

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