At the start of the New Year, many people make plans. Some write their plans in a journal. Some pen them on a white board. Others merely make mental notes. These plans might include getting up earlier, having daily devotions, making a certain number of business calls each day, gaining more muscle, loosing more fat, exercising daily, reading a book a week, memorizing scripture, saving or giving away a certain percentage of income, being home by a certain time, going on a weekly date with your spouse, etc …. Yes, the list can go on and on.
However, by the month of May, there will be three groups of people:
- Those who made plans and are in the process of performing them.
- Those who made plans and have failed to perform that which they planned.
- Those who never made plans because they knew they would not perform that which they planned.
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