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3 minor adjustments for major impact

Main Course: Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths (Prov. 3:5-6).

Spiritual re-alignment - sometimes you may need a minor or major adjustment depending on the condition of your relationship with God. Just like going to the chiropractor's office, some aches and pain can be remedied by making an adjustment to the skeletal system (Ps. 51:10).

Re-prioritize – time management is of the essence and crucial in times of transition. You may need to be more consistent in putting God first; your values and perceptions may need to change or shift. Re-prioritizing can help you develop and create a healthy balance to be more effective and impactful in your daily life (Matt. 6:24-34).

Discipline – divine order is required in "all things pleasing to God." You may need to implement more focus, work out time management issues or make the necessary sacrifices to succeed (Josh. 1:7-9; Prov. 10:4).

Only what the Holy Spirit highlights to us is where our focus should be that will produce the best results in the shortest amount of time. If we lean, depend and trust in Him regardless of the outcome, His way is always better. Did you sign up for the 11-day or the 40-year plan (Matt. 11:28-29)? When facing challenges in life, it might not be as bad as it seems if we learn to follow the Lord and obey His voice.

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