It is a little late, but “better late than never”.
- Continue to work on choosing allergy free vegetarian dishes.
- Exercise, while listening to limitations.
- Keep reading and studying the Word of God (Bible).
- Welcome silence, to create a prayerful environment.
This month, my heart’s goal is set on Titus. I need to learn and apply Titus 2:5.
In the book of Titus, we are reminded of God’s greatness and how He wants us to live out our faith in our lives (see 2:3-5).
For this month, I want to lean on the Lord and learn how to serve within the walls of my family’s home. This is done as I keep up on housework (dishes, laundry, picking up, decluttering) – trying to give God my best in this area.
“These older women must train the younger women to love their husbands and their children, to live wisely and be pure, to work in their homes, to do good, and to be submissive to their husbands. Then they will not bring shame on the word of God (Titus 2:4-5, NLT).”
My hope is to keep reading each day. While I have many books to choose from, I am going to limit my goal to a few specific books.
- In the Middle of the Mess (Sheila Walsh)
- Loved Baby (Sarah Philpott)
- Connected (Erin Davis)
Also, I want to keep reading and soaking up the truths from the book of Psalms.
If there was one word for this month, it would be “effective”. I want my life to count. Through eating better, exercising, and trying to stay focused on the Lord by living out His Word, I want to make a difference in my health, family, and life.
Dear friend, what are some of the things you hope to focus on doing or being for the month of December?
Image by Tim Gouw.