Welcome to purposeful living today.

 I begin with the words of Socrates the Greek Philosopher who said: “The unexamined life is not worth living”.

As 2019 comes to an end it is important that we do a review in every area of our life to ascertain our level of performance.

So teach us to number our days, that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom.(Psalms 90:12). 

We will look at the areas we succeeded, failed and made mistakes. Below are some questions to guide you:

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     1.   How was your personal relationship with God?
Did you spend quality time in His presence?

Did you study your bible daily?

Did you live for Him this year?

Did you serve him in Spirit and truth in a department in your church?

Was your going to church based on pressure, a desire to please people especially the opposite sex?

Did the way you talk, dress and behave portray you as an Ambassador of Jesus Christ?

     2.     How was your relationship with people?

Did people separate from you because of your bad character?

Did you create time for your family and friends this year?

Did your friends influence you in making wrong decisions?

Do you think there are some wrong associations or friendships you need to delete their contact and let go?

Did you love people genuinely or with hidden motives?

Were you a user of people or a raiser of people?

 Did you make an impact in their lives this year?

Did you discriminate against people because of tribalism and social status, thereby losing destiny friendships/relationships?

“There are two sets of persons on earth, you choose where you belong, they are; The best of them or the rest of them”.  Dr. Paul Enenche

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       3. How was your career?
Did you achieve success more than last year?

Were you punctual to work?

Did you serve to glorify God not to please your boss because you want a promotion?

Were you innovative in the discharge of duties?

Were you an asset to your organization?

Did you experience failures? Why?

What lessons have you learned and what strategy have you put in place to avoid it in 2020?

Did you develop yourself; especially your talents, potentials, and skill?

Did you exhibit a nonchalant attitude to work?

What new things did you learn this year to improve your performance next year?


  4.   How was your finance?
Did you grow financially this year?

What is your income statement for the year?

Did you save?

If you did not save, why?

Did you spend more than you earn?

Did you have a planned budget before spending, if not why?

Did you pay your tithe?

What did you invest in?

       5.  How was your health?
Did you engage in regular exercise?

Did you spend your money buy junk or eating nutritional food?

Did you by fruits to make the body vitalized?

       6.     Relationship with yourself?
Did you love and accept you for who you are?

Were you trying to imitating of someone else?

How did you handle challenges, with a victorious or defeated mindset?

Are there bad habits and character traits you have to repent from that can destroy your enviable destiny?

Did you make costly decisions and mistakes, why?

Were you satisfied with what you have or you went about begging just because you wanted to prove a point to people?

Did you discipline yourself to achieve your goals?

Were you too serious with life that you forgot that life is an adventure to enjoy and not endure?

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This review is to empower us to make better decisions and create better strategies to win on 2020, so we can be God's best.

I know that there are more questions which you will like to review. These are the ones that came to my mind. You can add yours.

Please do make your life better; it is a gift and a trust given to you by God to give Him glory and to be a blessing to humanity.

Keep living a purposeful life. Never forget that God loves you very much.

God bless you.

You can begin a relationship now with the Lord Jesus Christ by saying this prayer:

Lord Jesus Christ, I acknowledge that I am a sinner,  I believe in your death and resurrection.  I ask you to forgive me my sins,  I reject the devil and all his works and l welcome the Holy Spirit into my life.  I declare today I am born again and I am a child of God in Jesus name. Amen.

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