3 Steps Living a Full Life in Christ
You can start living a full life. To live a full life in Christ. You must be aware of your true nature. Discover who you truly are, and you can live a purposeful life.
- LOOK INTERNALLY, NOT EXTERNALLY
We get to know ourselves and how God designed us. We get to know our purpose in life. When we understand ourselves, we will understand and know the power that we have within us. We will learn to embrace who we are, that we are unique and that God created us and he loves us even if we have imperfections.
Take time to observe yourself. If you feel that you are experiencing the same thing over and over again and always get hurt about it, then you must think of the things that you decide and do. You must think and observe the things that you do and take the time to accept comments from people that will help you see the situation in a different perspective.
- DISCOVER THE POWER OF YOUR MIND
We must learn to understand our mind, what it is and how it works. When we understand ourselves, we are not going to be confused on who we are. We are going to figure out the things that we love to do and why we want to do it.
There are times that we do not understand what we want because we do not know our purpose. When we understand ourselves, we are going to discover our purpose and we will appreciate and use our talents in the things that we do.
- RECOGNIZE YOUR ABILITY TO CO-CREATE YOUR LIFE WITH CHRIST.
Understanding our subconscious mind is a part where we can feel, it reminds us the things that we have forgotten, it is our storehouse of memories. By knowing ourselves, we will be careful on how we decide on things based on the things that we want.
We do not just do things with no reason; we make sure that we do things for a purpose and that we want to achieve something. Through achievement, we can discover and know the things that we can do not just for ourselves but for others too. Most of all, express yourself in love. The Word of God tells us: “Owe no one anything, except to love each other, for the one who loves another has fulfilled the law” (Romans 13:8).
Do you have the courage to discover who you truly are? Share with us some tips and testimonies in your journey to self-discovery. I am looking forward to your comments.