Make Out The Plans.

When a student is preparing for a scheduled examination, he/she makes all sorts of preparations before the exam day. Why? Because the student knows success is the reward for making early plans regarding his/her endeavours.

A common motivational quote recited to us back in school goes thus; “Failure to plan is a plan to fail.”

In becoming better at a skill or area of knowledge, it is important to put the right decisions and actions that will strengthen our faith in Abba.

For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, saith the LORD, thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give you an expected end.

Jeremiah 39:11 ( KJV)

I believe God has inspired us human beings with diverse dreams in our hearts, that give us a reason to believe and to live.

Like I aforementioned, planning to take the right decisions in line with our dreams is similar to showing faith through actions.

If you’re struggling with finances, start making plans to prosper (for example, you could try searching and applying for or creating jobs, working towards financial intelligence and independence, begin saving diligently, etc).

If you’re struggling to have cordial relations with your family, friends or spouse, start making out plans to see how the relationship will work out by embracing right attitudes and working on effective communication.

If you’re sick, you need to start making out plans to get well. Even if not financially bouyant, reaching out to certain organizations (or social workers) really goes a long way.

Commit thy works unto the Lord, and thy thoughts shall be established.

Proverb 16:3 (KJV)

Make out the plans in faith, sincerely give them a try, and thank God in advance for the eventual victory.

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