Socrates once said, “The unexamined life is not worth living.” Jesus once said that his disciples would know the truth, and that the truth would set them free. This sermon asserts that the truth we’re encouraged to know isn’t just the truth about God, but also the truth about ourselves.
With as much honesty as we can muster, we must ask:
- Who am I?
- Why am I here?
- What do I want?
- Is there a difference between what I say I want and how I’m living my life?
- What does God want?
- If I want what God wants, what am I willing to do to get it?
- Who am I becoming?
- Who am I with?
Without spiritual self-examination, we can never genuinely transform into Christ’s image and find the freedom his disciples are meant to enjoy. Consider which of these questions you’ve honestly asked yourself before, and consider how God can help you answer each one in turn.
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About John Michalak
An author, speaker, musician, and minister, John Michalak has spent more than 20 years equipping others in the areas of life-change and personal relationship. John’s inspirational new book, 365 Devotions To Embrace What Matters Most is now available from Zondervan publishing.
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