Out of Focus

What happens when you take a photo and your camera is out of focus? The subject becomes blurry, right? Or the picture doesn’t show how you wanted it to be.

That’s how I can describe my current state right now. Out of Focus.

I’ve been trying to establish my day to day routine since I went back to work for more than a month now. And it’s still a struggle for me. The only thing I have established is to wake up by 7am and sleepy by 10pm. Other than that, my time after work each day has become topsy-turvy.

I need to start setting new goals. I need to start doing things that would matter not just for now but with a perspective of eternity. I need to take away the distractions around me. I got so encouraged by my friend who committed to the Lord to give up TV for a year.

I don’t have to start doing big things. I just need to make each minute that I have count. Whether it would be rest or an activity, it should be done with a goal in mind.

With this, I’m committing to God that I would use my time after work and even my weekends to things that are not just merely for doing things but with the purpose of pleasing and glorifying God.

I can only see a clear picture when everything I’m doing is aligned to what God has set for me to do. I can’t continue having an out of focus walk with God. It’s time to put back things on how they were supposed to be. God being the first.

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