As a disciple of Christ, we are expected to grow as a person and mature spiritualy. Coming up with your own list of things you want to do as a Christian can be a bucket of fun.
But how do you create your own spiritual bucket list? Here is a simple guide to keep you on the right track.
Have a real Bible study where you sit down, open Bibles all around, and you present the life-saving message of the Gospel (Matt. 28:19-20; 2 Tim. 2:2).
Reconcile a broken relationship
For many of us, there is at least one person out there that needs to hear, “Please forgive me” from us (Rom. 12:18).
Really study on your own
Away from the church building, pick a book of the Bible or a topic and really dive in and learn (2 Tim. 2:15).
Maybe favorite passages or chapters…maybe several verses that pertain to a certain subject (for example, numerous verses that deal with forgiveness).
Determined to lead
Men, if you’ve never lead a public prayer, determine to do so. Same goes with leading singing, teaching a Bible class, or even presenting a lesson before the congregation.
Go on a Mission Trip
We go places near & far, be a part of that! Put into practice the things you have learned. Nearly everyone I know who has gone on a trip such as this says that it made a significant impact on their lives.
Go to more funerals
People are in desperate need when they are grieving. Few things help as much as knowing you are loved when your heart is broken (Rom. 12:15).
Bake more casseroles & cakes
Go to more fellowship meals and spend time with your brothers and sisters in Christ. Encourage those who are sick or hurting in any way.
Always remember we are never too old to pursue our goals in life, may it be spiritual or earthly things. Today might be the day so let's get started!