Devotional

Wisdom In Planning – By David Ibiyeomie

Planning is the application of logical, rational and analytical thinking to your objectives. You will never know the worth of what you have until you become a committed planner. Most people in search of white collar jobs might have something in their hands that can make them billionaires and employers of labour if they can plan well but unfortunately, they do not have value for them.

To a non-planner, nothing is enough, adequate or sufficient but to a planner, everything is enough. Planners are always resourceful and creative; they think of what to do with the little income that enters their hands.

Eccl. 5:9a -Moreover the profit of the earth is for all:

We all have equal opportunity to make the most of life; it is simply a function of planning. So, plan from today; do not leave your life to chance. Two people might receive the same amount of money as gifts; while one invest the money in a business, the other might choose to shop with the money. Both had the same opportunity; one utilized it and the other misused it due to lack of planning.

You don’t have a future if you are not a committed planner. Planning is a non-transferable responsibility and it gives you victory over lack. Living an over-sized life is lack of planning.

Preparation for the future starts with the little steps of today through planning. It pays to plan ahead. No tangible progress can be made in life without thinking and planning. Don’t live your life to mere wishes. Have plans and set goals for your future achievements.

Planning gives meaning to life and enables you to take charge and order in your life. Work your life out in line with your plan. One of the proofs of order is planning but anywhere there is disorder, it is a proof that planning is lacking there. Think about your priorities for the future and write them down

Prov. 24:3-4 -Through wisdom is an house builded; and by understanding it is established: And by knowledge shall the chambers be filled with all precious and pleasant riches.

If you want to become a great person, sit down and plan because planning is an act of wisdom. The principal tool for planning is thinking. Every time you want to plan, sit down and think. Good planning prevents small problems from becoming big problems.

Prov. 27:12 -A prudent man foreseeth the evil, and hideth himself; but the simple pass on, and are punished.

A prudent person foresees danger and takes precautions.  The simpleton goes blindly on and suffers the consequences. (NLT)

Stop looking for someone to pay your bills; plan your life. Why give yourself stress? You can plan your life and live your size and God will keep lifting you from glory to glory in Jesus name –Amen!

God bless you

 

 

 

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