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In bible this principle can be illustrated by looking at relationship between Jesus and disciples. Jesus spent some time with all of them teaching and leading them, and then their were only two or three that were in his inner circle that he spent most of his time with that went out and taught others more. The point is, Jesus would not have been as effective if he tried to talk with everybody all time so he prioritized his time and efforts with his priorities. His priority was to teach disciples so they could teach others. Yes, Jesus had questions for God on top of struggles all through out his life. Yet, he sought after kingdom of God first and fought through small bumps of life.
If we look at each one of our lives right now we may find that there are similarities between our spiritual lives and our day-to-day life. Ask yourself, are you spending most of your time in less significant areas and not in areas that line up with your priorities? Or in in another way ask, are things I am doing everyday filling me up spiritually and giving me meaning in life? If not then look at 80/20 rule in your life. What priorities are you seeking first? Are they in Important or are they urgent?
The amazing thing that occurs when keeping first things first is this. If you first make a list of your tasks and categorize them either I for important or U for urgent. Then focus all your energy on ďIĒ list you will find that it will seem as though Urgent tasks on your list will take care of them selves. The next thing you will realize is that you will have more time to devote to what matters most to you in your life and that will give your life more meaning and significance. Try this you will be amazed at power our Lord.
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