The Fundamental Laws For Supernatural Success: (The Law Of Planning 2)

By Rev Sam Oye
Joshua 1: 8
Proverbs 21:5 (NKJV)- The plans of the diligent lead surely to plenty, But those of everyone who is hasty, surely to poverty. This suggests that it is available but not accessible. This text also suggests that it is the plan of only the diligent that leads to abundance.
What is diligence?
Diligence is the persistent positive application of effort in the direction of achieving your desired expectation. The never-say-die attitude to things is what captures diligence. What obstacles or difficulties do not hold you back?
After all the prophecies on your life and the move of the Spirits on it, you have to remember that it is the plan of the diligent that brings results. You must excel at planning and stay diligent in the plan. The Bible even went as far as promising that the plan of a diligent will surely lead to plenty/abundance. People who have plans to pursue have their time on budget.
They apportion things to engage with their time. Budget your time. The scripture shows us the secret of abundance. That we not only plan but stay diligent about the plans. Continue improving on what you do. Plan for yourself, plan for your future, plan for your children, even your grandchildren. It is called intentional living.
Proverbs 24:3-4 (TLB)- Any enterprise is built by wise planning, becomes strong through common sense, and profits wonderfully by keeping abreast of the facts.
 There is a dimension of planning that builds enterprises and it is called wise planning. So, planning builds it, and common sense strengthens it. Proper planning and preparation always precede staggering performances. Life will not go according to plan if you do not have one. Planning is the beginning of winning. No one wins without planning. This is because battles are won on the strength of superior strategies and planning. Proper planning always prevents poor performance.
Planning helps to minimize your distraction and maximize your priority. It also helps you to reduce waste. In planning, you determine your life’s goal, and your greatest desires and then come up with the best approach to accomplish this. You have to note that this includes your health; therefore plan your health well.
The absence of diligence accounts for many failed plans. It may interest you to know that in this age and time, prepared people will rise.
Staggering performance responds to superior planning and your results and performance including its continuity largely dependent on your planning and ultimately guarantee quality results.