March 31st F3QSOURCE Daily Leadership Message Scriptures and Quotes

Biblical Keys for Goal Setting

Faith – We serve a big God who can accomplish the impossible. There is nothing He can’t do. We can believe that He journeys with us and always has our best in mind. He is trustworthy and faithful.

Humility – We never want to be in a position of demanding that things work out or that all our goals are accomplished exactly as we say. The Lord’s will always trumps our own. We need to be sure our attitude is one of humility before our holy and mighty God.

Commitment – We need to commit ourselves to the tasks at hand.

Diligence – Goals often require hard work. We need to be diligent in our effort.

Perseverance – We will face set backs and disappointments, but need to persevere through rough times. Don’t give up!

Alignment with God’s Word and Will – As we mentioned above, are we within the parameters of God’s Word and His character?

Forethought & Planning – Have we done the appropriate homework before starting our task? Have we counted the cost?

Motivation – We need to ask the hard questions. What is our goal and why? Do we have selfish motives or are we operating with a healthy heart.

Start every day with a new hope, leave bad memories behind and have faith for a better tomorrow.

Daily Scriptures

2 Peter 1:5

For this very reason, make every effort to supplement your faith with virtue, and virtue with knowledge,

1 Corinthians 13:13

So now faith, hope, and love abide, these three; but the greatest of these is love.

1 John 4:8

Anyone who does not love does not know God, because God is love.

Daily Quotes

“I am not a product of my circumstances. I am a product of my decisions.” –Stephen Covey

“Don’t wait around for someone else to tell your story. Do it yourself by whatever means necessary.” –Lena Dunham

“If you’re not making mistakes, then you’re not doing anything. I’m positive that a doer makes mistakes.” –John Wooden

If you stand for a reason, be prepared to stand like a tree. If you fall onto the ground, fall like a seed that grows back to fight again.

Leaders Leading Leaders

A tired bird landed on a branch. The bird rested, enjoying the view from the branch and the protection it offered from dangerous animals. Just as the bird became used to the branch and the support and safety it offered, a strong wind started blowing, and the tree swayed with such intensity that it seemed the branch would snap in half.

But the bird was not worried for it knew two important truths. The first truth – even without the branch it was able to fly, and thus remain safe through the power of its own two wings. The second truth – it also knew that there are many other branches upon which it can temporarily rest.

Our visions broaden and we become much more confident.

This short story wonderfully explains to us the importance of knowledge, truth and mindfulness, which dawn upon us once we become wise. If we have these three virtues we can handle our life the way it comes. Our visions broaden and we become much more confident


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