I am grateful for my planner. I was not always a planner. I would just go throughout my day aimlessly feeling overwhelmed with everything I had to do. Sometimes I had so much to do with no direction that I ended up not doing much.
Commit to the Lord whatever you do, and He will establish your plans.
When I began to write my daily plans down, I began to see when in fact had too much to do. I intentionally spread my work throughout my day/week and always putting time with the Lord first. Writing it down gave me view (vision) of what my day would look like and what I wanted to get done. Wow! What a difference it made! I had direction.
I commit whatever I do to the Lord and He will establish my plans. Is what I am doing reflect the plans I have? What we do everyday will lead you somewhere. It will either take you closer or farther from your goals. It is important that we are intentional with what we do. It is important to me to be able to reach my plans. I am encouraged to know that if commit what I do, the Lord will establish my plans. Well, first I need to know what my plans are. Then I can do a list of what I need to do. It is then that I can commit to the Lord those things.
You have to have a vision, a plan, goals. What do you pray the Lord would establish in you life? Write it down. Everyday do something that will get you closer. Commit what you do to the Lord and he will establish your plans. Don’t go by your day aimlessly without a plan. They can be practical everyday plans like going to bed with a clean kitchen and folded laundry. Or they can be long term plans like writing a book, or starting a business. What ever your plans are, commit what you do to the Lord, align your life to His will for you, and give thanks as he brings your plans to fruition.