May 4th, 2012 | Tags: • character, choices, Christ, decisions, distractions, faith, focus, guidance, heart, help, Holy Spirit, life, links, mind, prayers, proverbs, quotes, soul, wisdom
Keep your eyes straight ahead;
ignore all sideshow distractions.
Watch your step,
and the road will stretch out smooth before you.
— Proverbs 4:25-26
This morning my friend Christine emailed me a copy of this useful chart published by Learning Fundamentals. Its decision tree reminds me of the nerves and synapses that somehow link my heart, mind, and soul together to create focus.
I’m glad that the key element of my decision-making design, not pictured on the chart above, is actually a Person upon whom I can rely for help with getting in focus.
Lord, I need your wisdom today as I focus amidst my distractions. I’m trusting Your Spirit will direct my heart, mind, and soul toward You first. Thank you for the life-giving guidance You alone always provide—in Christ, I pray.
Character may be manifested in the great moments, but it is made in the small ones.
— Phillips Brooks
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