How To Be A Better Christian: 10 Ways

HOW TO BE A BETTER CHRISTIAN: 10 Ways

Explore other avenues of expressing your faith

  • worship praise

  • journalism

  • Bible study

  • make something (pottery, painting, crochet)

  • Read your Bible

  • seek answers only in the bible

  • give only scriptural answers

  • be knowledgeable in the Bible

  • Take yourself into nature

  • be in a quiet place

  • appreciate Gods creations

  • separate yourself from technology

  • Take care of your body

  • discipline yourself to an exercise regime

  • eat healthy

  • be mindful of excessive sun exposure

  • stay clean and attractive to your spouse

  • Donate

  • monetary donations through tithing to your church and/or charity

  • your time to church groups, community outreach and christian organizations

  • recycle unused furniture, clothes, non perishable items, etc.

  • Prayer

  • be comfortable with long conversations with God

  • commit a designated lot of time to spend talking with God

  • pray aloud with your spouse and family

  • your first reaction to the positive and negative of your life should be to pray

  • Be open-hearted

  • be open to new Christian ideas

  • be open to everything in the Bible

  • be open to wisdom, to be rebuked, and to the commands by God that may be uncomfortable.

  • Always be humble

  • don’t boast or brag

  • admit to your faults

  • never pray selfishly

  • don’t become a sanctimonious Christian

  • Always be thankful

  • be thankful of everything and everyone in your life

  • be able to notice your blessings

  • see positive and see God, not your problems

  • Be devoted

  • commit everything you do to The Lord, glorify Him

  • be the example to non-believers

  • understand that religion is man-made, faith is God-made



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    Christian pro-life blog

    Posted on June 27, 2013, in Articles on God, Bible Learning and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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