Do My Priorities Need To Be Re-Examined?

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My priorities will determine what I strive after. Make your list of your value and keep them a priority. Taking an inventory of where you are will help you get to where you are going more efficiently. When I take the time to get my priorities in line, my life is so much better because of taking the time to do so! ~ Bill Greguska

 

Matthew 6:33  But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well.

 

 


How To Determine My Priorities?

 

 


 

 

How To List Your Priorities

On my walk down to Lake Michigan today, I listed my priorities and things I value. I encourage you to take the time to do the same thing.  You will discover that you spend your time compared to how you would like to spend it you would want to spend your time. You will become aware of your values and how you waste your valuable time with things that do not matter and keep you from your real goals in life. It will also reinforce the good things you are doing and encourage you to keep them going!

This Is My Personal List Of My Top 100 Priorities:

(Your List Will Be Different, Obviously)

  1. Do my morning quiet time, read, journal, and pray.
  2. Read one chapter from the Bible each day.
  3. Memorize Bible verses.
  4. Go to church.
  5. Go to Bible study.
  6. I am drinking plenty of water.
  7. Exercise at the gym every other day.
  8. Do stretches every day.
  9. Help the elderly and disabled buy their groceries.
  10. Talk to God throughout the entire day.
  11. Be more positive and less harmful.
  12. Rely on God more than people.
  13. Share a joke and make people smile.
  14. Pray for someone special.
  15. Be willing to help someone.
  16. Try being extra nice to people and not expect so much of them.
  17. Be nicer to myself.
  18. Forgive others quickly.
  19. Let go of resentments.
  20. Find good in all things.
  21. Don’t be afraid to take risks.
  22. Write someone a letter and send a picture.
  23. Thank God, and be grateful.
  24. Count my blessings.
  25. Admit, confess, and repent of sins.
  26. Invite someone to my house.
  27. Help someone who is down.
  28. Offer to take someone to lunch.
  29. Enjoy the music.
  30. Respond to people who email me from the website.
  31. Make new friends fortify the old.
  32. Find a short, interesting book and read it.
  33. Find the cause to volunteer for.
  34. Make plans to go for breakfast with someone.
  35. Use my elliptical machine.
  36. Take walks and hikes.
  37. Go out for ice cream.
  38. Work on my website.
  39. See a movie alone or with a friend.
  40. Go out to eat alone or with a friend.
  41. Hike down to Lake Michigan.
  42. Visit Lucky Bob’s car racing.
  43. Go to a play. Go to a concert.
  44. Plan ahead better.
  45. Don’t rush to get to places.
  46. Make doing acts of kindness a habit.
  47. Be ready and aware to tell people about Jesus; who wants to know.
  48. Hand out my encouragement cards.
  49. I eat healthy and good, not too much.
  50. Accept people for the way they are.
  51. Make plans in the morning and cross them out at night.
  52. Don’t spend too much time on the computer.
  53. Don’t waste time.
  54. Be open to laughter and wisdom.
  55. Don’t plan too many things in one day.
  56. Always be a gentleman.
  57. Tell people jokes.
  58. Push me, but be at the same time, be gentle.
  59. Go to sleep by 10:30 each night.
  60. Wake up at 6:30.
  61. Take my vitamins and medication.
  62. Call my brother.
  63. Call my friends each week.
  64. Go to the mall.
  65. Go to the park.
  66. Memorize more scriptures.
  67. Shoot baskets in the backyard.
  68. Be aware of what’s going on in the community.
  69. Mail someone a custom-made button.
  70. Make buttons and give them out more.
  71. Eat popcorn from my machine.
  72. Take care of my guinea pigs.
  73. Volunteer myself at church.
  74. Ask people more questions.
  75. Talk less about myself.
  76. Go to Buffalo Wild Wings to watch sports.
  77. Keep my house clean and orderly.
  78. Be aware of other people’s needs.
  79. Treat someone to a cup of coffee.
  80. Be happy for other people’s Good Fortune.
  81. Be sad when other people are sad.
  82. Finish writing my book.
  83. The encouragement helpline twice a week.
  84. Good cards on people’s cars.
  85. Take good care of my hygiene.
  86. Encourage those who seem to need it.
  87. Love those who are hard to love.
  88. Let go of bad memories.
  89. Remember that the earth is not my home.
  90. Always say please and thank you.
  91. Look at the glass as half-full.
  92. Do people a favor without expecting a return.
  93. Be a good example of a Christian.
  94. Always be honest and truthful.
  95. Be hard-working and energetic.
  96. Be the first to forgive, and don’t repay evil for evil.
  97. Put other’s needs in front of mine.
  98. Be generous and kind, not be selfish or self-seeking.
  99. Be humble and compassionate.
  100. Don’t judge others but be wise in dealing with them.

 

 


 

Do My Priorities Include God On The Top Of The List?

 

 

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