Thursday, December 07, 2006

Tonight at Bible Study

Tonight at bible study Pat challenged us to think of one way we feel led to show God's glory in everyday life. (This stems from John 17:4 ;~)

I have 2...

1. Spend at least 10 minutes a day in the Word/Prayer... I am starting off small because I need the victory (as Sarah said... I just want my words to NOT be discouraging... I will deal with them being encouraging at a later time ;~) I feel the same way... baby steps.

2. Make a phone call to a friend that I have been putting off for some time. It has been on my heart to deal with this issue and face it head on and I think through facing this, God's glory will be reflected. It's hard to explain it out here (which obviously I don't want to do) so you will have to trust me on this one ;~)

What I didn't know was that we would share what we wrote down and be held accountable... don't get me wrong... I feel very comfortable sharing pretty much anything I would have written down... it's the accountable part! I have to follow through on this now! Yikes! Now I know what Adam went through when he asked the bible study to pray with him for the ability to quit smoking (he has been smoke free for over 2 months... YAY hubby!)

So since the bible study knows and is holding me accountable... I figured why not throw it out there to the blogosphere! So there you go. Those are my goals. Here goes nothing ;~)

4 comments:

Johnnie Avocado said...

Accountability is great for you if you want to make a change. Sounds like you got some good things planned. And Adam, quite smoking...it's nasty AND bad for you. Good Luck, and we are here for ya', ...well, at least I am!

LoveLladro said...

Hey Johnnie! Thanks for the kind words! And Adam did quit smoking... he stopped over 2 months ago! It was a long process and very hard so I am really proud of him!

Wes said...

Holy smokes,

Through Johnnie A, I've met quite a few local Maryland bloggers tonight. Cool stuff, and great site!

kathi said...

First, REALLY PROUD OF YOU ADAM!!

Second, guilt is a great motivator...sorry, I meant being held accountable. :)