Weekly Reflection

Sunday is a great day to devote extra time meditating on the entire Proverbs 31 passage, memorizing your assigned verses, praying, and preparing your heart for the week ahead. Take one day out of every seven to rest and reflect. Do not catch up on assignments you did not complete, but do schedule them for the coming week. Fill in the remainder of Proverbs 31:10–11 from memory: A ________ ____ __________ __________________ who can find?      She is worth ______ ________ ________ ____________. Her husband ______ ______ ____________________ ____ ______       and lacks ______________ ____ __________. Weekly Evaluation 1. Am I listening for and hearing God’s voice? What is he saying to me? 2. Am I increasingly manifesting the fruit of the Spirit: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control (Gal. 5:22–23)? What areas look encouraging? What needs prayer? 3. What did God teach me during my TAG? 4. Which priorities did I live by? Which goals did I pursue? 5. Which priorities or goals did I neglect? 6. What new thing did I learn—about life, God, my family, and the people around me? 7. What are my specific priorities/goals for the coming week? Take out your notebook and schedule your priorities or goals for the coming week.