Today we will examine the scriptures for thoughts and instructions on planning. You have all heard the saying “Failing to Plan means you Plan to Fail”. Making plans is biblical. Let’s look at Nehemiah chapters 1-6. From these chapters we can grasp the detail of the planning process. Do not forget that time is a precious commodity. And we need to be aware of using our time wisely for the kingdom. Look at Psalm 90:12 to remind yourself of the importance of time. In all of our planning give God room to move, for He is the ultimate manager of how plans and time unfold.
- The following principles guide the development of my business actions and relationships. I’ve carefully searched the scriptures and confirmed the biblical accuracy of the principles.
- Time management is a matter of stewardship. Therefore, I will manage my time as a gift from God Psalm 90:12 Ecclesiastes 3:1 Ephesians 5:15-17.
- Planning is a biblical mandate Proverbs 6:6-9, 16:9 Luke 14:28-29 and Nehemiah chapters 1-6 document a detailed planning process.
Time management is a matter of stewardship. Therefore, I will manage my time as a gift from God Psalm 90:12 Ecclesiastes 3:1 Ephesians 5:15-17.
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