In "Doctrinal Discussion", Dr Gayle Woods writes:

The purpose of priorities is to help us set things straight in our thinking. The most important item on a list of priorities is number one. Items of lesser importance come later in the list. In making our list of priorities, we have to make choices. Some of these choices determine our direction and destiny. Some may not be conscious choices, but are made instinctively based on our personal worldview.

Discussion: If you were to compile a list of priorities for your life, what would it look like?
Source: Biblical Family Values, Adult Teacher's Insights, page 62.