How Will You Plan Your Days

I sometimes reblog whole posts.. But here are a few questions to honestly think about. This material is a quote from Brenda at The full article can be found here:

“If you knew your last day on earth would be December 31st what will you choose to do differently?   Will you choose to make the next six weeks count?  If you knew you will be required to give an account for the choices you will make in January 1, 2020, how would you choose to start today?  If there is even a 1% chance that the Bible is true, that there is a heaven and a hell: that both the righteous and the unrighteous will be judged by a Holy, Perfect God, would you be willing to make some changes in your life?   Don’t wait; the future brings with it too many insecurities and uncertainties.  “

Please respond in the comments. I would love to know what you would change or start doing!

Until Next Time~
Blessings, Kate


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  1. My financial situation would change if I was only going to live until the New Year, namely that I would not have to be paying rent and utilities for January. I could use that money to go spend time with my son. But since the rent needs to be paid, alas. But I can and shall contact him more often, and the questions you asked are good for probing and contemplating. There is no earthly reason why I should not contact my son more often, and romance his mom more often as well. I shall live more fully, and take more time to pray for those who are not so fortunate and need to make major decisions about their spiritual health on top of everything else.
    Peace to you sister, again with the probing questions…. hahahha Keep it up!

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  2. I would give up my grocery store job and preach the gospel door to door. I should probably do that anyway, but I live not just for God’s Word but also to work for my daily bread :/

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    1. Just from reading your posts over the last week or two that I started following you… I could see you as a public evangelist. You do that now in writing…maybe God (although I am sure he is willing) will give you that opportunity now. God bless all that you do for the kingdom


      1. Thank you, that’s one of the best things I could hear from someone- I’m one of those strange people who actually enjoys evangelism (mostly face to face rather than trollish debates online). To be a full time evangelist would be a dream that I’m seriously thinking and praying about.

        The daily meat of my writing is devotional. But a lot of my more one off posts, and most of my amateurish YouTube stuff, is evangelistic.

        Thanks for the encouragement 🙂

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      2. in winter last year I was asked what I wanted to happen in the next 5 years spiritually in my life. I quickly (out of nowhere) told my mentor that I wanted to be more evangelistic. Fast fwd to June. I totally forgot about that. I was praying and in a space of being quiet and I heard with in my heart the word evangelism. I thought “WHAT” “no not me” I ooked up the meaning and knew I (capital huge I) had not come up with that myself. I am not the type to go and spread the word except subtly. So I knew I(capital 24 font I) did not make that statement up in my soul. I know now it is a calling. I don’t know where and how to begin…or maybe that is an excuse. Maybe I am fearful that what I say won’t stand testing. But if what I say is of God then it is not my battle to fight. I would just be the messenger.
        I applaude you for knowing so clearly your call , desire, passion. I KNOW you wil be used by God for GREAT things — (unfortunately) even if you are unaware of how He uses your voice…never stop.
        I am glad we are WP followers together. I wish to keep affirming you and your journey. Have a blessed night

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  3. I would encourage others to realise that spirituality can be found in the wonder of this world without the need to have recourse to religion and superstition. I understand the allure of hope and dreams of eternal life but let’s focus on the wonder of our existence and accept that we are part of a cycle of death and renewal that is probably beyond our understanding.

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  4. I enjoy reading Brenda’s blog! I’ve been following her and reading her posts for years!! I learn and think so much from her. The only thing I would change — and now I have to do this since I’m saying it — is that I would see the beauty of these last years differently. I would understand what this time was for and appreciate the healing and growth instead of seeing the things I tend to focus on. I’m on the clock now for that change! Thanks Kate (and Brenda!).

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    1. I agree with you Shell. Satan wants me to focus on struggle, tightness, chaos, things not being perfect. BUT I need to write down and add up every little inch of growth, joy, and improvement. That alone would put me in a happy state of mind and thereby let me choose for this coming year a good path to take.

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