Luke 9:18-27; Philippians 3:7-16; Colossians 3:1-4;
1 Corinthians 9:24-27; Hebrews 12:1-11
The value you give something determines the
cost you are willing to pay for it. Jesus gave His
life for you in order to display the love of God
and the value He places on you. Although salvation
is a free gift from God, you have to lay down your
own life in order to live the abundant life He has
Many times, the Holy Spirit shows and reveals things
to us through our thoughts. Journal about what you
have been thinking about as you read today.
1. Feelings are responses to thing that happen to us.
Though they don’t rule our behavior, they can show
us how we’re processing something. Journal about
what feelings accompanied your reading today.
2. Did the passages raise any questions as you read?
If so, write them down.
1. Scripture reveals who God is and what He does –
His character and nature. Journal about what you
learned about God through these verses.
2. As we get more familiar with the Scriptures each
day we read them, new things may come to light
that you didn’t see before. Did you see anything for
the first time today? If so, write it down.
1. Scripture also reveals who we are as humans and
who we are meant to be. Journal What you learned
about people or human nature through these verses.
2. As we get more familiar with the Scriptures each day
we read them, new things may come to light that you
didn’t see before. Did anything new catch your attention
today? If so, write it down.
1. On a blank sheet of paper (no lines) process the weekly
readings in whatever way you find it best for you. For some,
it could be drawing pictures and for others, writing out bullet
points. Take a few minutes and process what you’ve read.
2. James 1:22 tells us to be “doers of the Word.” How can you
practically apply these verses to your life?
Take time to review all you have written. Spend time prayerfully
asking the Holy Spirit to show you what He wants to reveal to
you this week.