YOU DON’T HAVE IT ALL


Thursday, 4th February 2021

Romans 12:3 – Do not think of yourself more highly than you ought, but rather think of yourself with sober judgment, in accordance with the faith God has distributed to each of you.

The first and greatest barrier to change in any area of your life is pride. The fact is, nobody has it all together.

But we walk around trying to impress people and pretend like we’ve got it all together. If you want lasting change in your life, you first have to humbly assess your current state and admit that you don’t have it all together. You have to admit you have a problem with your finances, your health, or wherever you’re struggling in your life.

Are you willing to ask the people closest to you, “Where do I need to change?” Do you have the courage to ask others to be honest about you and with you?

You can only manage what you measure. If you don’t know the measure of your faith, you can’t grow in your faith. If you don’t know the measure of where you are financially, you can’t set goals financially. If you don’t know the measure of where you are spiritually or vocationally or relationally, then you can’t grow in those areas.

It’s also important to record your progress in any goal. If you’re going to set some health goals, financial goals, or any other kind of goal, record your progress throughout the year so you can measure your growth and your development.

Evaluate where you are so that you can know where you should go.

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