8 ways to audit my (spiritual) time.

If God isn’t on your radar, you can avoid this list. And if you work through this list, make sure that you take into account ONLY what the Bible actually says God says, rather than what someone said, or what you think you heard, or what people on TV say that God said, or any of those odd things that get us confused.

1. How much of my time do I spend thinking about the things God said not to think about? (“don’t worry about tomorrow” “Don’t be anxious for anything” “don’t lean on your own understanding”)

2. How much of my time do I spend thinking about the things God said to think about?

3. How much of my time do I spend doing the things God said to do?

4. How much of my time do I spend doing the things God said not to? (e.g. “Don’t judge” “Don’t fret”)

5. How much of my time do I spend avoiding what I should do?

6. How much of my time do I spend avoiding what I shouldn’t do?

7. How much of my time do I spend to bring me delight?

8. How much of my time do I spend to bring me numbness?

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To make yourself depressed
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One response to “8 ways to audit my (spiritual) time.

  1. thank you Jon, that one was what i needed to hear. i’ve been spending to much time doing what he says not to do and not enough time in his word. i let my current stress get in the way and block me from hearing his voice. i love and hate when you do that