[The New Year is a good time to revaluate your spiritual life and learn some new skills to improve your life. Choosing a focus verse for a season can be a game changer.]
What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as what you become by achieving your goals. – Michelangelo Buonarroti, Renaissance artist
Research scientists over the years have proven that goals are valuable to change behavior and improve your life.
In fact, people who make new year’s goals are over 10 times as likely to succeed, as compared to those who do not make goals or resolutions.
The New Year (or anytime really) is an excellent time to reevaluate your physical, economic, and relationship goals.
But yet, to reevaluate your spiritual life goals is of greater eternal value.
As Jesus advised the Pharisees, “Yes, you ought to do these things, but don’t leave the most important things undone either” (paraphrase, Luke 11:42).