What can we do to stay full?
In general, we can take regular steps and form regular habits that will keep us useful and filled.
And, over the next few weeks, we are going to look at how to practically fill up and stay filled up.
- Would you like for God to use you?
- Do you want your life to make a difference for the Kingdom of God?
- Would you like to live your life filled to overflowing?
Check out the entire series: Fill My Empty Cup:
In Week One, we discussed – How to Be More Useful for the Kingdom of God
Week Two was called – The Most Important Pause of the Day
In Week Three we talked about How to Load up on the Good and Get Rid of the Bad
Our topic in Week Four was 10 Ways to Make Your Bible Study More Interesting
Then, we began talking in Week Five about prayer with How Can I Pray More Often & More Easily?
In Week Six, we continued our prayer discussion with Did God Answer Your Prayers in the Way You Thought He Would?
On Week Seven, we enjoyed a wonderful post about scripture memory from my sweet friend Alison Tiemeyer called, How to Memorize Scripture and Actually Remember It.
We finished out the series on this topic: Help! I Want to Know What God is Doing!
My prayer today is that we will begin to choose to get off the shelf (or off the pew), fill up with the Lord Jesus, and allow Him to use us.
I’m praying Romans 15:13 for you and for myself:
“I pray that God, the source of hope, will fill you completely with joy and peace because you trust in him. Then you will overflow with confident hope through the power of the Holy Spirit.”
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