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In our day and age, many of us struggle with priorities.
Fun fact: there was no plural form of the word “priority” until the 1900s. Technically, by its definition, there can only be one priority.
So then, what’s our number one priority?
Or, framed slightly different, we are men, husbands, fathers, parishioners, teachers, coaches, and citizens, but what are we first?
We should strive to make our number one priority following Christ, and if it’s not, what are we putting above Him?
In following Christ, we must know what He is asking of us. What responsibilities is He bestowing on us through our vocation? Are we fulfilling those responsibilities?
At the end of the day, what puts a smile on your face? It shouldn't be the work that you did, or the meeting you attended, or the article you read. It should be the fact that you were present to Christ and those He has put in your life.