Open the floodgate in abundance and cause Your rain to fall on us… Open the floodgate in abundance and cause Your rain to fall us… Baba eh… Baba eh eh eh… Baba eh eh eh…x2// Who is like unto Thee… O Lord! Who is like unto Thee.. /O! Lord… Among the gods who is like Thee… You are glorious in holiness, fearful in Praising, doing wonders alleluia!!!

Our Father, we Thank You we bless Your Holy Name… Alleluia to You King of Glory… Ancient of Days, we worship and adore Thy Holy Name … O Lord, hallow be Thy Name Father forever and ever in Jesus Name…

I have seen the Lord Goodness, His mercy and compassion… I have seen the Lord Goodness… Alleluia Praise the Lord…

Beloveth, what is “Spiritual Audit?” Yesterday, we considered… “Walking in Jesus steps by giving up our right” (paraphrased)… like we said… is not an easy step to take or easy decision to make but in all of it … for as many as did it in the Bible days up until now  … they have no regret…

Chief among them is our Saviour Jesus… Who did not count himself equal with God but rather humble Himself and came to die for us and redeem us from eternal damnation… beloveth we are encouraged to follow suit… Walk in His Step…

Beloveth, when last did you conduct a “Spiritual Audit of your life?”

Spiritual Audit aid our maturity in Christ… beloveth… When you are walking right with Christ you grow into maturity over time… and you will walk in the very steps of Christ… but if you fail to grow beloveth… death becomes the outcome… spiritual death… Alleluia!!!

What makes up the criteria to consider when taken the spiritual Audit? Come along with us to know the area to consider:

Conducting A Spiritual Audit

Six questions to keep your personal accounts in order:

  1. Am I content with who I am becoming? I must be sure my profession does not consume my person. It’s important that I be more than I do or have. When the time comes for me to leave my title and power, will I have anything to fill the vacuum? As I mature am I moving from power to wisdom; from the offensive to being sought out? “Throw off your old evil nature—the old you that was a partner in your evil ways—rotten through and through, full of lust and sham. Now your attitudes and thoughts must all be constantly changing for the better. Yes, you must be a new and different person, holy and good. Clothe yourself with this new nature.” (Ephesians 4:22-24 Living) (See Job 22:23; Ezekiel 18:30-32; 2 Corinthians 5:17; Colossians 2:11; 3:8, 9; Hebrews 12:1; James 1:21)
  1. Do I have a quiet center to my life? For many of us our life motto seems to be, “When in trouble, when in doubt, run in circles, scream, and shout.” God’s Word, however, encourages us to “Be still and know that I am God.” (Psalm 46:10) There is an important difference between the fast track and the frantic track. By way of contrast, Jesus quietly “went about doing good.” He had a quiet center. A peace which evidenced the presence of God. Do I? (See Psalm 131:2; 23:2; Isaiah 30:15; 32:17)
  1. Is my prayer life improving? Do my decisions have prayer as an integral part, or do I make decisions out of my desires and then immerse them in a sanctimonious sauce I call prayer? “Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayerpresent your requests to God.” (Philippians 4:6a,c) (See 1 Kings. 3:5; 2 Chronicles. 7:14; Psalm 37:4; Matthew 6:6-9; 7:7, 8; 21:22; John 14:13, 14; 16:23, 24; James 5:16-18)
  1. Is my humility genuine? There is nothing so arrogant as false humility. Humility is not denying the power that I have, but admitting that the power comes through me, not from me. “Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit, but in humility consider others better than yourselves.” (Philippians 2:3) (See Psalm 37:11; 131:1; Proverbs 11:2; 27:2; Isaiah 57:15; 66:2b; Jeremiah 45:5; Micah 6:8; Luke 18:14; 1 Peter 5:5)
  1. Is obedience in small matters built into my reflexes? Do I try to bargain with God or rationalize with him? Obedience largely determines my relation with Christ. Good intentions count for little. “Obedience is the test of whether we really live in God or not. The life of a man who professes to be living in God must bear the stamp of Christ.” (1 John 2:5, 6 – Phillips Translation) (See Proverbs 19:16; 19:17; 1 John 5:3; Luke 6:46)
  1. Do I have joy? Joy is perfected in the full belief in the total sovereignty of God. Doubt dilutes joy. Does my joy extend into my suffering; understanding that my suffering is my maturation. “Consider it pure joy, my brothers, whenever you face trials of many kinds, because you know that the testing of your faith develops perseverance. Perseverance must finish its work so that you may be mature and complete, not lacking anything.” (James 1:2-4) (See Nehemiah 8:10; Isaiah 12:1-3; 61:10; Romans 15:13; 2 Corinthians 6:10)

 Beloveth… you have seen the six critical to consider while conducting a spiritual audit… now can you go ahead to evaluate each indices with your personal life… as you do ask the Holy Spirit to help you… to live worthy of Christ lifestyle… Alleluia!!!

Further Reading-Matt.24:13, Col.3:15, Isa.41:17, Ps.119:76, 2Cor.6:2, Heb.3:7-8, Heb.11:1, 2kin.17:39, Ps.55:16.

Remain blessed in the Lord.

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