This is possibly my favorite week of the year. I love taking a break, reviewing the previous year and praying for and planning for the New Year.
Over the past few weeks I’ve read several blog posts and Facebook posts that have shared questions to ask during this reflective time.
So I decided to do the same thing. Here are the questions I’m asking myself this week. You may want to take some time and do the same.
- What was the best decision you made in 2015? What criteria did you use to make it? How will that help you make decisions more confidently in 2016?
- What was your biggest accomplishment in 2015? What lessons did you learn in the process? How will you use those lessons to make 2016 a more successful year?
- What was the most influential book/blog you read in 2015? What was the biggest paradigm shift it created for you? How are you going to use it to restructure your life in 2016?
- What was the biggest answer to prayer you received in 2015? How did it change your perspective of and relationship with God? As a result, how is your prayer life going to change in 2016?
I highly recommend taking a few hours this week to answer these questions or at least to review 2015 and plan and pray for 2016.
And I pray you and I will all have an extremely blessed and favor-full 2016.
Happy New Year!!!
For I know the thoughts and plans that I have for you, says the Lord, thoughts and plans for welfare and peace and not for evil, to give you hope in your final outcome. – Jeremiah 29:11 (AMPC)