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2011 With No Regrets

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I’m working on a message I’m going to be sharing at Crossbridge Church on January 2nd. My question is “How do we live with no regrets?”

Most people make some kind of New Year’s Resolutions, but over 95% are them are never kept. This often leads to guilt or regrets. It’s also not uncommon to look back over the year and wonder, “Did I accomplish all that I could have? Did I nurture and strengthen my important relationships as I would have liked to? Did I serve God’s Kingdom purposes as He desired? Did I develop and use my talents/resources as well as I could have?”

Now guilt is rarely (if ever) productive, so don’t let yourself go there right now! I’m just thinking about how to make 2011 a year of no regrets.

Three things come to my mind: Clarify your Priorities, Focus, and then Follow-Through.

I just wrote a blog for entrepreneurs on these 3 skills if you would like to read it. Now I’m wrestling with the question, “How Biblical is this advice?” What passages or characters from Scripture help us see this from God’s perspective. I believe it is Biblical, but I would definitely like to know what you think. Please, give me a comment or some feedback. Thanks.
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About Angelo Gonzalez

Angelo is the Associate Pastor of Creekside Community Church, a multi-ethnic church plant in the Houston, TX area. He also is the Marketing Director for The Growth Coach Houston, a business coaching firm and New Church Initiatives, a missional church planting organization.

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