Tuesday, August 28, 2012
How to be a better golfer
I occasionally golf with a fellow that likes to say, "your t'ward's off." He
typically enjoys saying that after I hit a long drive that ends up on the
There are times in life when we seemingly make very little progress. We're
constantly working at something but never seem to accomplish what we're
It reminds me of the story I read about a guy who was lost. He pulled off
the side of the road and asked a lady for directions. "How far is it to
_______?" Well," the woman said, "if you keep going the way you're headed,
it's about twenty-five thousand miles. But if you turn around, it's about
three miles." My golfing buddy would have told him that his t'ward was off.
In your life's journey, are you accomplishing what you set out to do? If
not, maybe your "t'ward's off."
Are you the husband/wife and father/mother you need to be (Eph. 5:20-6:4)?
Are you the employer/employee you need to be (Eph. 6:5-9)?
Are you the Bible student you need to be (2 Tm. 2:15)?
Are you the Christian servant you need to be (Gal. 5:13)?
Are you the faithful worshipper that you need to be (Heb. 10:23-27)?
Are you the forgiving brother/sister in Christ that you need to be (Mt.
If you're struggling in some area of your life, then here are some things
you can do to fix your "t'ward":
Decide that today's going to be different!
Today, get down on your knees and tell God your sorry for the mistakes, and
you're ready to rededicate yourself to Him.
Today, resolve to change who you are as a spouse and parent--make such a
change in your life that even the dog won't recognize you.
Today, decide you are going to be the most energetic, the most productive
employee that your boss has ever seen.
Today, start a daily reading plan. You can easily read the Bible in a year
by just reading a few chapters a day.
Today, get into the life of someone who needs you. Serve them!
Today, be making plans on how you're going to worship the Lord on His day.
Preparation for worship begins with proper living now.
Today, reach out to that brother you've been holding a grudge against which
has affected your attitude, your worship, and your overall love for life.
Tell him/her, "I'm sorry. I love you and I want us to go to heaven
I hope you have terrific Tuesday!
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