Proverbs 15:22 – Without counsel plans fail, but with many advisers they succeed.
Planning is important in the life of faith.
As a Reformed church, we should live with the spirit of reformation, constantly re-evaluating ourselves and planning. Through this concern and planning, God will show us what we need to improve and develop.
Although we do not know the wisdom or direction, but the Holy Spirit teaches us and helps us in our weaknesses (Romans 8:26). The prayerful heart of planning is important, not by our own wisdom.
Planning is actively moving toward action. It should not become an excuse to stand still. Catching and keeping momentum is important in our faith.
Finally, the ones who live diligently will always face the crossroads of decision, then we need the wisdom of the Holy Spirit to guide us. We hope to gain much wisdom for our prayer topics through prayer.