Procrastinators are usually good at one thing. Putting off until tomorrow, what they can get done today. Their excuse, not yet. I want things to be perfect. So I ask when is the perfect time to lose a job, have children, go into debt, or simply go through life wanting and waiting for anything?

The perfect time for anything that we may desire or not want to occur, is when we make the most of the situation. Although we know that there is a time and a season for everything under the sun (Ecclesiastes 3:1). We also know that life can throw at us some unexpected blows. So when that happens, take the moment to transition through it and simply make it perfect.

Have a great Monday!


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  1. I use to avoid confronting what I did not like. I did not want to see or acknowledge the so called “bad” things in life. I found out that even in the valleys of my life, it taught me that I was out of sync with God’s truth. If I was in debt, I was out of sync with God’s abundance. I had to take a look at my beliefs about money to see if there was some kind of resistance to receiving. So yes, now I value each moment to try and make it perfect and in sync with God.

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