We all show up to class on the first day and all of our professors talk to us about how we can prepare for their class by going through the syllabus. It seems so monotonous for the first week. I always say, “This semester I am going to start on that big essay early so I won’t be so stressed the last week.” And every semester I end up staying up all night the night before it’s due. Being prepared seems like such a cliché thing to talk about, but it applies to our life constantly. Psalm 65:9 says, “You care for the land and water it; you enrich it abundantly. The streams of God are filled with water to provide the people with grain, for so you have ordained it.” This verse says that we can control our future if we just prepare. Easier said than done right? But this verse talks about not just following certain steps to be prepare but wanting us to, “care,” and, “enrich it abundantly.”
I am the worst at procrastinating, but this reminds me that I should truly care about what I am doing. If we do this then the verse says that the streams of God will provide for us.