Priorities and Spiritual Life

Today many people are rediscovering the religious path, but even so, they approach it as an add-on to a life that faces all kinds of real-life challenges, especially financial ones. It’s hard to believe in spiritual abundance and infinite possibilities when you are worried about money and your career.

When you prioritize your life, you essentially ask yourself, “What’s important to me?” In answering that question, it becomes clear where you should be devoting your time and focus.

Always Give Time for Your Priorities

God understands us much better than we know. Since He is our Originator, Sustainer, and Father. He knows everything likewise what is useful for our life now and our life to come.

A spiritual teacher Shree Radhe Guru Maa says, ” When a person knows this, then life will become more purposeful and meaningful, making balance easier to maintain.”

As we read through the written Word of God, and we can see the priorities that God has established for our life.  A priority is “the right to lead others in order, rank, privilege, etc.; precedence. To prioritize means “to arrange or do in order of priority or to give a high priority too. We need to recognize the priorities that God wants in our life.

What is the best way to get your priorities straight?

The most common way is to allow some time for spiritual practice every day, and that’s advisable.

If you decide to make your connection with God first in your life, everything else will simply fall into place in the right order, forming the fulfilling life you wish to enjoy.  Here are some practices which teach about how you can make your relationship with God your top priority:

  1. Take an honest aspect of your current priorities.
  2. Recognize that stress of chaos versus the blessings of order.
  3. Trust God’s promises.
  4. Make a divine commitment to placing God first in your life.
  5. Celebrate God by worshipping him often.
  6. Get to know God better through his Word and prayer.
  7. Serve and give as God leads you.
  8. Enjoy the autonomy that comes from trusting God.

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