Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Live Your Best Life Ever in 2013!..





by Willie Thomas Butler


Want to achieve the best life you could ever live?  Then commit yourself to make the following changes in your day-to-day planning:

1.  Seek first the Kingdom of God ... (Matthew 6:33)

Show your commitment and determination to pursue God above all else on 2013, and He will not fail you. Remember, He is the only Source who really knows who you are and what you should do with your life.

2. Seek to Know Your PurposeThough our natural tendency is to devise our own plans and strategies to get ahead, it is God's purpose that prevails.  (Proverbs 19:21)

3.  Redirect Your Goals, Priorities and Strategies to Achieve His Purpose

Trust God to show you His will and plan for your life, and the re-prioritize your resources:  your time, talent and treasure, to achieve it.  Your act of submission shows that you are willing to "Entrust your efforts to the Lord, and (as a result) your plans will success" (Proverbs 16:3 - God's Word).

If you really desire to change your life, then you need to commit yourself to this approach.  It is what I lovingly refer to to as the Kingdom Life Approach.  And if you would like help in implementing this approach to living, please know that the LifePlanning Institute stand ready to assist you.

To speak with a LifePlanning Advisor, contact the LifePlanning Institute via the following link: www.MyLPI.org or by email at: Info@Life-Planning-Institute.org or by phone: (757) 447-3260.



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