Thrive Pathway Activity 35

Develop A Journal

As you grow as a Christian, it is important to be able to look back on your journey and see how God has worked in your life. This helps you develop an “eternal view” instead of a temporal view, meaning you can begin to see things from a larger perspective rather than being blinded by your current struggles.

Scripture:

Psalm 77:11-12
"I will remember the Lord’s works; yes, I will remember your ancient wonders. I will reflect on all you have done and meditate on your actions."

Details:

Decide how you would like to journal. Paper or electronic are both great ways.
Writing five points each day is a great way to start.

  • "You are amazing because..." affirmations or ways you have seen God move that day
  • Thank you for things for which you are grateful
  • Forgive me for sins that day
  • Help me things that God is wanting you to change
  • Help others prayer requests for other people

For more Thrive Pathway activities on this topic:

#5 Reread the scriptures from a worship service
#23 Read the Bible in an organized way
#34 Develop a daily prayer life
#53 Have spiritual conversations with non-believers
#60 Fast and Pray

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