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Daily Bulletin - September 23, 2020

The discerning sets his face toward wisdom, but the eyes of a fool are on the ends of the earth. - Proverbs 17:24

How many times have you spent hours wishing you were somewhere else. I used to always wish that I was done with high school and out of my parent’s house. I just felt that I wanted freedom and I wanted to get on with my life. However, this verse tells us that dreaming about things like that makes us a fool. To spend time thinking and wishing you were somewhere else is not productive. If you spend all your time unhappy because of where you are in life and never do anything about it, nothing will change.

Instead of spending all your time wishing you were somewhere else doing something else, choose to do what the first part of this verse says. Choose to focus on what can be done now. Think about things you can be doing now to make a difference or to help someone else out. If you spend your time doing this, then you are intelligent.

As this verse says, taking action and planning right where you are now is always more powerful than dreaming of wanting to be somewhere else. Your purpose is not fulfilled just longing for a better place to be. Instead, choose to see the opportunities right in front of you and begin making plans and taking action. You’ll be glad you did.

From Jacob Hofer:

Good morning! Tomorrow Sept. 23rd, STUCO will be holding a time of prayer for our school and our county. We would like you to join us at 7:30 tomorrow morning at the high school flag pole. We would also like you to invite as many students as you can. Plus, there will be free donuts! See you there!