Questions for Contemplation

I have found questions help me think through most matters and often a variety of options. Questions can be a great deal of help between the time we see an opportunity or problem, and the time we make a final decision or take action. When one gets into a situation where, “no one really seems to know w hat to do next,” typically the wisest route of action is to ask profound questions. I hope these questions might help even a tiny bit in whatever situations you are facing.

  1. Why am I doing what I am doing? (Is it a good idea or a “God” idea?)
  2. What is my single greatest strength?
  3. Which of my priorities uses my best natural strengths?
  4. Do I have a vision/plan for the rest of this year?
  5. What single area of my entire life would I most like to grow in personally during the rest of the year?
  6. If I could only do three things next week, what would they be?
  7. What are the top five things I need to do tomorrow? Next week?

Contemplate on!



Author: Thora Anderson

Pastor, wife, daughter, sister, friend, Recovering worrier, Thinker, Mother of two teenagers. I've been in ministry for over 30 years and count that as huge success.

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