Ultimately, it’s you who determines what you do and who you become — and it’s because of your thoughts, speech, and actions that your decisions become your reality.
In God, you have all the tools necessary to design a life of meaning and worth, but it’s how you use those tools that inform your quality of life.
Today’s note was inspired by Matthew 25:21 (KJV), which reads, His lord said unto him, Well done, thou good and faithful servant: thou hast been faithful over a few things, I will make thee ruler over many things: enter thou into the joy of thy lord.
Practice increases my chances of success, reinforces what I’ve learned, and sharpens the skills I’ve developed over time. It’s through repetition and prayer that I create good habits and godly character.
I know that achieving anything worthwhile requires God’s support — and thankfully, He doesn’t need practice — He’s already perfect.
Today’s reflection was inspired by Psalm 20:4 (VOICE), which reads: May He grant the dreams of your heart and see your plans through to the end.