Heart Searching--Part 2
In a previous hub entitled Heart Searching, I began to list several questions to allow us to examine our hearts before God concerning personal revival. The list was given to me by an evangelist that had passed through our area. I found it very helpful in my own life, and some of you have requested the entire list of 125 questions. At this point I will add four more sections for your consideration.
Please take your time and allow the Holy Spirit to work. Rushing through them won't accomplish much. An answer of "yes" to any question represents an area of your life that needs to be corrected. I guarantee that if you are honest before God and get things thoroughly right with Him, you'll be blessed. Merry Christmas to all of you!
I. Stewardship (I Corinthians 4:2; II Corinthians 9:6, 7)
A. Have you robbed God by withholding His due of time, talents, and money?
B. Have you robbed God by withholding your income for God's work?
C. Have you failed o support mission work either in prayer or offerings?
D. Are you undependable so that you cannot be trusted with responsibilities in the
E. Are you allowing your emotions to be stirred for the things of the Lord, but doing nothing
II. Caring for the Temple (I Corinthians 6:19, 20)
A. Are you in any way careless with your body?
B. Do you fail to care for your body as the temple of the Holy Spirit?
C. Are you guilty of intemperance in eating or drinking?
D. Do you have any habits which are defiling to the body?
III. Pride (Psalm 115:1)
A. Do you take the slightest credit for anything good about you, rather than give all the
glory to God?
B. Do you talk of what you have done rather than what Christ has done?
C. Are your statements mostly about "I".
D. Are your feelings easily hurt?
E. Have you made a pretense of being something you are not?
IV. Self-sufficiency (II Corinthians 3:5)
A. Are you self-conscious rather than God-conscious?
B. Do you allow feelings of inferiority to keep you from attempting things you should in
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