The things you do consistently over time create the person that you ultimately become. Are your habits filling you with the wisdom, compassion, and joy you need to serve others? 2020 may be more than halfway over, but it’s never too late to start growing. Here are 5 spiritual practices that can help you become the person God created you to be:
Find Wisdom in God’s word
Bible Plans help you learn about and explore God’s Word in manageable chunks, a little at a time each day, with selections you can read, listen to, or watch. Whichever you pick,go ahead and receive wisdom.
Enjoy Conversations with God
Prayer is simply talking to God about whatever is on your mind, by yourself or together with friends, and then listening for Him to speak. You can create some notes or prayer manual in your bible mobile app which helps you keep track of things you’re praying for, Prayers you’ve created, and Prayers that Friends send to you.
Connect with a bible community
We’re not meant to do life alone. Invite friends to join you in your bible community or local fellowships. Perhaps,where you can explore God’s Word together, share prayers with each other, and more.
Honor God in worship
Take time each day to express respect and devotion to your Father. Sing to Him. Thank Him in prayer for something He’s done in your life and what He’s doing presently. Of course He is doing something. See the bigger picture. Tell other people about what He’s doing. Search your music streaming service for “worship” or “praise,” then listen to renew your mind with reverence for Him.
Invest In God’s kingdom
God modeled generosity by giving us Jesus, His most prized possession. Give your time by working to become a better listener. Use your talents to serve others in your community. Invest your resources— first into your local church— or consider reaching out to the less privileged through missions and donations.
God stands, very closely to make His grace sufficient for you and encourage you on Christian establishment, Spiritual progress and eternity.
Pastor Paul Rika, The Key of Your Life is in Your Hand.