Wisdom for Work

Wisdom for Work

DAY 1 OF 5

God-Size Goals 

“Jesus replied, ‘What is impossible with men is possible with God”. Luke 18:27

God-size goals are meant to challenge our thinking and further our faith. These Holy Spirit inspired ‘big ideas’ are crafted by our Creator to spur us on to good works and transformational living. God-sized goals make us uncomfortable at times. They are not guaranteed to happen, but they position us to pray more and believe in God better. 

It is through prayerful planning and implementation that gigantic goals move from mere possibility to a surer probability. Huge objectives are a hedge against mediocrity and a prod toward perfection. God-sized goals are given to govern your thinking and determine your time, so you are intentional and focused on His big picture. Otherwise, you can drift around without a rudder of reality, destined to disappointment.

Best of all God-sized goals get you to God. It is prayer and planning with significant progress that moves you from the realm of possibility to the place of probability. In most cases, it is one man or woman’s passion and focus that proves catalytic to the creation and execution of the goals. The leader looks failure in the eyes and extinguishes it by faith, wisdom, and hard work, which are all wrapped around a skilled and unified team. 

Christ-centered possibilities way outweigh man-centered probabilities. Perhaps you need to get away in solitude for several days and ask your Savior to sear your soul with His goals. Think out of the box of small belief, for the Lord is unlimited in His abilities and resources. God-size goals arrest your attention, adjust your attitude, and accelerate your actions. 

So, prayerfully set great goals, and He will grow your character in the process while influencing others for His glory. Trust Him to teach you the way; to show you with eyes of faith way beyond the bounds of your experience, for His plan will prevail. The Bible says, “I know you can do all things; no plan of yours can be thwarted” (Job 42:2).

What goal is God giving me that I need to accept by faith, and work hard towards its accomplishment?

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Wisdom for Work

Work can be both fulfilling and frustrating. It can be an instrument of God or a tool of the devil. Wherever work resides on the continuum of our satisfaction scale, it is a necessary component of Christ’s plan for our l...

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