If you want a better tomorrow, you’ve got to evaluate your past to make better decisions in the present. (Chris Suitt, pastor and blogger)

Past, present, future—it can be confusing trying to discern the priority of each in our planning. Suitt puts it together well. We must not be glued to our past memories, but we dare not forget what we learned yesterday. And it’s not good to make great plans for the future unless we work well today to prepare for it. Remember, all of our time and experience is important.

For everything, there is a season, a time for every activity under heaven. (Ecclesiastes 3:1)