Adopt God’s view of the poor as valuable in their own right.
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Walk so that someone following you is led closer to Christ.
Read 1 Corinthians 8 in the light of 1 Corinthians 13.
Make the Alpha and Omega your alpha and omega too.
Keep the altar of your heart reserved for God alone.
Make sure your name is written in his book.
Let love remain “the greatest of these” in your spiritual priorities.
Enjoy the blessings that come from fearing the Lord.
Know that you are worth the price of eternal life.
Consider how giving priority to one another honors God, our highest priority.
Run continually from sinning against yourself.
Align your heart and body with God.
Remember that a body’s purpose is fulfilled when we walk toward God.
Submit to God through impulse control.
Sit quietly and consider God’s infinite nature.
Choose three characteristics you want to develop as you spiritually mature.
Consider one sin you confront daily; thank Christ for his guilt-abolishing sacrifice.
List three mundane tasks that might be more Spirit-led for you.
Find Bible verses describing the mysterious traits of God you recorded yesterday.
Write down three aspects of God you don’t understand.
Share with one person what Christ has done for you.
Wait on the Lord, because God’s timing is perfect.
Stop trying and start relying on God to become holy.
Recognize that God’s temple is more the church than the individual.