Have you made any New Year resolutions? Decided to make any changes this upcoming year? Made a commitment to complete a task this year? All those things are wonderful but what about upping your knowledge this year. We all have made decisions about what we plan to do this year and even made out our to do list this year. Making resolutions is great but what is a New Year’s resolution without information to carry out your plan? Have you sat down to figure out what you need to carry out your New Year’s resolutions? Hmmm, what could that be? You guessed it, Knowledge.
Knowledge comes through study, investigation and experience. The stone ages are long gone; therefore keeping up with the times is a necessity. Children today are more technologically savvy than the generation before. However, it doesn’t mean that you can’t catch up. Being in the know can be a good thing, especially when it can improve your life.
Moses asked a simple question “If I have found grace in thy sight, show me now thy way, that I might know thee and that I may find grace in your sight” (Exodus 33:13). Moses wanted to know God on a deeper and more intimate level. His wanting to know God allowed him to be a great leader. What do you want to know?
In your New Year resolutions, what is on your list that you need to acquire more information or knowledge about? Once you acquire the knowledge, you have now become more informed. This allows for you to complete your resolutions, goals or tasks that you set out to complete this year. Why? You’ve become more knowledgeable about the topic. The more knowledgeable you are, the more confidence you have in moving forward with your task. Take every opportunity to increase your knowledge and God will bless you even more.
Everyday is a new day to begin again! Your life begins today!
1. Determine what you want to know
2. Research the information
3. Study the information
4. Use the knowledge you’ve gained
5. Move forward
Christian Life Coach