Sometimes there can be \u2018small events\u2019 that we tend to brush off or completely ignore. There\u2019s an old saying; \u201cdon\u2019t make a mountain out of a molehill,\u201d that can happen with \u2018events\u2019 not being dealt with. These \u2018events\u2019 that we may brush off could be of great importance to those closest to us. With the demands of today's world, there will be things that are unwittingly considered a top priority in our lives. Some unimportant \u2018events\u2019 could be a broken promise to a child or forgetting our own anniversary, which can have an underlying consequence to those we love, leaving them feeling or thinking they really don\u2019t matter to us! Maybe by putting our hobbies or other people in a position of importance in our lives can cause us to become misguided. This could lead to becoming self-centered thinking of only what is important or benefiting us. It might be time, before it's too late, to evaluate some of the \u2018small events\u2019 in our lives. Then comes the questions of where do we start? Let\u2019s take a serious look at our lives. How is our relationship with God, is He a \u2018small event,\u2019 a relationship that is only considered going to church on Sunday mornings? Then when walking out of the doors of the church we leave Him behind until next week, unless a situation arises and we feel the need that it should be taken to God in our prayers. Those of us that are married, have we allowed our spouse\u2019s become that \u2018small event?\u2019 Have we let other things become more important to us than they are? If we have children, where do we rank them? Stop, think about what we may be allowing to replace their importance in our lives. Let\u2019s begin by taking what we consider some of our \u2018small events\u2019 in our lives and realize how really important they may be to others. Okay where do we go from here? Let\u2019s look to our Creator, who will guide us into putting everything into its proper order. \u2022 First, put God in our daily lives, not just a Sunday morning visitation. \u2022 Second, our spouses, upon marrying them we became one; we are to love them, hug them, and make them part of our everyday lives. \u2022 Third, our children, if God has blessed us with them, love them by being there, and showing how important they are; teaching them about Jesus and His sacrifice He has made for all of us. \u2022 Fourth, our church and church family, restoring fellowship with our brothers and sisters, Jesus knew the importance of relationships. \u2022 Fifth, comes our jobs, hobbies and those other people God has placed in our lives. With the Holy Spirit directing us, we can put everything into its proper order, thank You, Father.