Asking Yourself These Most Important Questions …

DO I ACTUALLY LOVE GOD?

Are my concerns His concerns?

Is my relationship with him paramount?

Am I convicted when I proceed contrary to His will?

Do I work with Him to change my behavior & my thinking?

Am I completely trusting?

Am I thoroughly dependent upon Him?

Do I ask Him for wisdom?

Does His presence inspire the fruit of the Spirit?

Am I growing in grace?

Am I child-like, humble, loving without conditions?

Have I been empowered to forgive my enemies?

Is His Word sacred to me?

Do I pray and worship regularly?

When in crisis, where do I turn first?

Is conscience operational and responsive to the Holy Spirit?

How do I respond when I’m convicted?

Is Christ my final authority in heaven and on earth?

Am I a New Creature having believed and received?

Am I growing in faith?

In what ways do I share God’s love with others?

Are my children walking with God?

Does my wife confirm my faith walk?

Is God my best Friend?

Is there joy in my life?

Do I ask Him for strength and guidance?

Is there anything I am withholding from Him?

Do I have a testimony about His overcoming power?

Do I know that I know that I know that I’m going to heaven?

photo credit: Excerpted from: British Council Russia Public talk with actor Brian Cox “From Trotsky to Kutuzov: an actor’s journey” via photopin (license)

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Allan Erickson

About the author, Allan Erickson: Allan Erickson---Christian, husband, father, journalist, businessman, screenwriter and author of The Cross & the Constitution in the Age of Incoherence, Tate Publishing, 2012, serves on the board of www.RestoreAmerica.org. He is available to speak in churches addressing the topics of faith and freedom. Register & Vote! Contact: allanlerickson@gmail.com View all articles by Allan Erickson

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