Are Your Choices Adding Up?

When you wake up ready to take on the day, what is your end goal? This should be your focus. What can you concentrate on right now that will get you where you want to be later in life? If you're a student, doing your assignment now, can mean a higher GPA which will get you into college later. If your goal is to own a business, you focus on preparing the legal paperwork now, so you can get started on the right foot later. The choices you make today, will set you on the path for success tomorrow.

Too many people approach life like it’s a lottery ticket. They assume that if you hang around long enough, your number will come up. They think success, perfect relationships and wealth will just come to them. But this never truly happens — just ask the people who recently bought lottery tickets. How many of them won the jackpot? Stay close to God's word and make the best decisions you can for yourself.

"But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you." Matthew 6:33 King James Version (KJV)

Until next time, God bless.

Pastor Floyd C. Hawkins

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Shiloh Church of God in Christ is a non-profit religious organization affiliated with the international six million member strong, Church of God in Christ, Inc. Shiloh COGIC is led by Pastor Floyd Hawkins and First Lady Linda Hawkins, both of whom have been pillars of the Northern Virginia community for over 29 years.  Shiloh COGIC is known for its  local missions that serve free lunches to those in need in the Fairfax, Lorton and Mount Vernon communities. The church also holds free summer breakfast programs for youth ages 2-14. You can learn more about Shiloh COGIC on


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Alexandria, VA 22309

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