25 WAYS TO KEEP CHRIST IN THE CENTER OF MY LIFE…

Neal Pollard

1) I will absorb myself in the practice of prayer

2) I will actively practice kindness

3) I will find someone each day with whom to share Him

4) I will watch what I allow to grow in my heart

5) I will consider carefully how what I do effects my influence

6) I will actively encourage the people I daily encounter

7) I will assume and look for the best in others

8) I will nurture a hatred of sin and a love of sinners

9) I will treat Scripture as daily nourishment for my soul

10) I will keep a spiritual song in my heart

11) I will reflect meaningfully on the price He paid at Calvary

12) I will guard my tongue

13) I will think longingly about heaven

14) I will contemplate ways to be involved in the church’s work

15) I will love His church with a passion (that means the people, too)

16) I will cut out the tendency to rationalize or defend wrongdoing

17) I will be discerning about what is spiritual and what is worldly

18) I will grow in my understanding of what true love is

19) I will humbly acknowledge the greatness and power of God

20) I will do all within my power to help answer His prayer for unity

21) I will pursue souls with the same vigor that He did

22) I will look for ways to turn the conversation to the spiritual

23) I will long for times of worship and devotion

24) I will care less and less about my rights, feelings, and desires

25) I will think, speak, act, and look more like Him every day

5 thoughts on “25 WAYS TO KEEP CHRIST IN THE CENTER OF MY LIFE…

  1. I used this in our bulletin yesterday. I’ve had so many compliments on it and our minister said it almost made him change his lesson to focus on it instead. Very well done sir, and thank you. Keep writing!

  2. Gene

    thank you for posting this I did a Google search this week end looking to share these thins during worship leading. and culminating the session with the song “Center” by Matt Redman and Charlie Hall

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