So, that's my plan for the day - doesn't sound too exciting, does it? And it's not, really. I'd like to be doing something more meaningful in my day, but I'm still in the process of figuring out what that would be right now, without any of my circumstances changing. What can I do right now that will make a difference in the world? Here are the things I can think of that I can do right now, today, to feel like I'm doing something of worth.
- Pray - spending time in prayer, talking to God about both the little things and the big things. Prayer is powerful, life changing, and helps our connection and relationship with God. And it's something that can be done while doing other things - I can clean the house and still have a conversation with God.
- Read my Bible - this is something that I'm not very good at. I'm great at looking up scripture when I'm in need of something (topical searching), but not so good at having a regular habit of reading every day. I can't say I've ever even been able to read through the whole New Testament once, although probably over the last 18 years of being saved I've read most of it. It's something I want to do, but I seem to get sidetracked easily. Maybe it's something I need to focus on.
- Talk to Christian friends - this may not seem like something of importance, but for me, connecting with other people, especially those who can speak into my life, is really vital. Relationship is something that is really important to me, and something that I tend to lose quite easily. I tend to isolate myself when I feel like I'm slipping away from God, rather than running to my friends for help. I need to be better about staying connected.
- Read, watch, listen to things that will build my faith - I've got tons of books on my bookshelf waiting to be read. I've got things to listen to or watch that will help build me up. And yet I goof off on Facebook instead of goofing off doing something that will actually be helpful to me in the long run. Not sure why this is.