How I use the 12-week year goal-setting process to get results with my goals and systems as a Christian. So many people set goals and never achieve them because they need a plan. The 12-week year system is a simple way to create a plan and achieve your goals to maximize your outputs. In this post, I will show you how it works and how you can use it with spiritual disciplines. So whether you’re looking to lose weight, start a business, or improve your life, please read on.
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The law of attraction and manifesting is prevalent among Christians. The law of attraction crept into modern churches and Christian media outlets decades ago, and many babes and seasoned saints are unaware of the deception. The occult practice of this attraction and mind science is tied heavily through the popular documentary—The Secret.
In this Era of hustle culture, entrepreneurship, and technological innovation, it’s easy to get swept away into the wrong ideology. Popular business books, sales seminars, and life coaches use these rituals and teach them to the masses.
Manifesting goals through vision boards by professing Christians is quite popular. Vision board parties are widespread within Christian women’s groups and churches. Writing goals and planning for them is also exciting. But the question is, should Christians use vision boards to accomplish goals?
I want to be clear that I am all for putting goals in writing and having a plan to accomplish them. A faith-filled and hopeful outlook about life is essential to the Christian walk. Additionally, prioritizing the best use of the time and space God placed us in is superior, as the days are evil (Eph 5:16, James 4:14). Nonetheless, the problem comes about when our goals don’t align with God’s will and purposes. We must evaluate the methods and paths we partake in to bring about the vision.
Christians and vision boards are risky, but most professing Christians are unaware of the hidden dangers. Many Christians and churches these days promote vision board parties and visualization practices. However, some say, what is wrong with making a vision for your life and cutting out words and images to accompany your dream? Hopefully, I can share how most Christians misuse visualization.
I encourage you to stick with me to the end. The only way I can share the reality of this vision practice with you is to break down its roots for proper context so that you can walk away with adequate understanding.
I will be working on some discernment teachings in the months to come so, and please make sure you are signed up for emails and subscribed to the YouTube channel. Next week I will focus on goals and I will list a few ways in which vision boards are used legitimately.