Goals

So I found an interesting entry in my journal today.  Well, interesting to me at least.  Thought I’d share it.  It pertains to the purpose and goal of my life.  What I hope to be and what I hope to do.  I may not have written it thinking about God’s will for me, but as I sit and read it now I realize that it must be, at least some what.

LIFE PURPOSES: WHAT I HOPE TO BE

  • A Godly woman; yet reachable–knowable–I want to show others that you can be human and still be godly; still abide by God’s laws.   I do not want to be considered stuffy or pushy.  I want others to see God’s light in me and know that they can have it too, even though we fail sometimes.
  • I will be a Christian that almost anyone can feel they can talk to freely/ confide in without fear of judgment/ ask me about my life and why I choose God.
  • I want my unpleasant characteristics to be crucified as much as is possible and I want my attitude and life to give the Lord pleasure.

LIFE GOALS: WHAT I HOPE TO DO

  • Find out and hold to who I am as God wants me to be.
  • I will be a glory to my Husband; a credit to him.  I want for him to be proud of me.  I want to be valuable to him.
  • Help my girls grow into confident, spiritual, fruitful women.
  • Grow more spiritually acquainted with God.
  • Be prudent and wise in all things as a wife so that we don’t have to be penny-pinchers when we retire.
  • To write something that shares my experiences with those who God chooses.
  • Have a successful blog/art/writing.  Not necessarily monetarily speaking.
  • To keep an always clean, always tidy home.
  • Be a better homemaker.  Make our home more of a sanctuary that everyone wants to come home to.

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