Who is on your radar...
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I shared on my business blog this week about defining our perspective. It all started with a question, "As you are crafting and creating who are you talking to?" You can visit YKP, LLC to see more.
The amusing thing is since being asked to define the perspective of both my ministry and business, I have come across the word, perspective, in various articles and other readings. It is like when you purchase a new vehicle and then all of a sudden you start seeing them everywhere.
Back when my in-laws blessed us with our green Nissan Frontier, we started to notice green Nissan Frontiers whenever we were out and about.
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Where the Froniters there before? Yes, but we were not aware of them. They were not on our radar.
Then it hit me...this is why I need God to define the perspective of my ministry. If I am wandering aimlessly without His perspective for this ministry, I could miss those He wants on my radar.
With more thought, it sank to a deeper level.
God is everywhere and the questions should be:
"Is God on my radar daily?"
"Do I look for Him in each situation?"
Because if I am looking for God in each situation, He will take care of my minstry's radar.
It is both that simple and difficult at the same time. Because, I tend to lose focus (My 2012 One Word).
As I continue journeying with God, defining and clarifying the perspective of my ministry.
I leave you with the questions, I am asking myself this week:
Is God on my radar daily?
Do I look for Him in each situation?
I love to interact with each person who visits this gift God has given to me...
This blog and "YOU" the reader.
Loved the post! I think it can become easy to lose perspective if we get caught up in the mundane day to day life. I know I need to change my perspective more and focus on Him moreso and then allow the rest to take its place. I want to write more, speak more, study more, keeping my perspective on God, but my focus has been on chores that need to get completed, children that need tended to, a husband that loves quality time. May I be able to Keep Him as my Perspective this week. Thanks Dawn!!!ReplyDelete
Thank you Heidi for stopping by this week. I love being able to connect with other on my blog. I prayed that God will help both of us this focus this week and keep our perspective where it needs to be as we journey in ministry for Him.Delete