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Reflect- During week 1 one of the main things you want to do is reflect on 2012 and years past. Look how far you’ve come, how much you’ve improved or not improved, what has changed, what has not changed. Webster defines reflect as to think quietly and calmly. For this challenge I’d like to define reflect as the purposeful action one takes to look on his/her past with all intent to use the observations to fuel his/her future. During the course of this week, I’d like you to reflect. You’ll actually need to set aside time to do this, thoughts in passing won’t give you the results you need. Sit down and meditate on the scriptures below, say a prayer to God to open your ears and eyes to see and hear clearly what you need to see in your reflection time. Then I’d like you to make note of the following:

  • high points of 2012
  • low points of 2012
  • significant events of 2012
  • Social Network/Communication Evaluation – take a look at your tweets, fb posts, inbox, texts, etc. and evaluate your consistency. Ask yourself did I portray myself as I wanted? Do my speech, photos, interactions please Christ? Do they make me proud? my family? my partner? CHRIST?

Week 1 :Reflect
Scripture Meditations
Other key words: remember

Day 1
I will reflect on all You have done
and meditate on Your actions. (Psalm 77:12 HCSB)

Day 2
I recall the old days;
I meditate on all you have done;
I reflect on your accomplishments. (Psalm 143:5 NET)

Day 3
I remember the days long ago.I reflect on all that you have done.I carefully consider what your hands have made. (Psalm 143:5 GWT)

Day 4
Remember your leaders, who spoke God’s message to you; reflect on the outcome of their lives and imitate their faith. (Hebrews 13:7 NET)

Day 5
I tell the things which I have seen  and  learned at My Father’s side, and your actions also reflect what you
have heard  and  learned from your father. (John 8:38 AMP)

Day 6
Remember the things I have done in the past.
For I alone am God!
I am God, and there is none like me. (Isaiah 46:9 NLT)

Day 7
Remember the days of long ago;
think about the generations past.
Ask your father, and he will inform you.Inquire of your elders, and they will tell you. (Deuteronomy 32:7 NLT)

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