The Bible is rich in meaning and every scripture verse is worthy of reflection. Meditate on one Bible verse at a time to come to know God better.
Could we be failing at praising God because we are not appreciating Jesus’ presence?
When faced with problems in lives how often do we turn to Jesus for our solutions?
Do we believe in the healing power of Jesus to journey towards God?
Do we spend our energy challenging God that we are unable to see God’s grace?
If our priority is on ourselves instead of God why do we think we can endure suffering?
If we can begin to see God as Father, can we see everyone else as family?
Are we letting the Holy Spirit inside of us to give us life and overcome death?
Do we realize that even though sin holds us down, Jesus is the answer to lift us up?
Are we truly ready to welcome Jesus when he appears to us in our daily lives?
Can we find strength in God when others harm and abandon us doing God’s work?
Do we understand that by acknowledging Jesus with our lives we enter into the heavenly space?
If church leadership fail to follow Jesus, can we remain vigilant to God’s Word?
Since we all need God, can we see how we are all the same?
Are we aware how close God is to us and are we making the most of it?
Is our fear of God driving our lives or are we succumbing to the will of the world?
Do we seek harsher judgement on people we dislike and can’t accept God’s abundant mercy?
Are we spending every part of our days spreading Jesus to the world?
Are we aware that we need to constantly repent since we tend to not follow God’s way?
Are we aware that by keeping our hearts away from God we begin to offend God?
Do we realize that only relying on Jesus can deliver us from all pain and suffering?
What does Jesus’ passion mean to us and are we praying enough on it?
Do we put so much of our attention on money and wealth instead of God who is greater?
If we don’t approach our Christian faith with sincerity in getting to know Jesus we will never see God.
Are we willing to be patient and humble with those we dislike?
Can we be like St. Paul and accept God’s call to a particular ministry?
Are we getting to know Jesus so we can see God the Father?
Are we passionate in our love for Jesus so that others are attracted as well?
Are we reaching out to our sisters and brothers for us all to remain in communion with God?
Are we following God speaking to us through people or just a person who lacks God?
Are we lying to ourselves that we have no sin and refusing to repent?
Despite all the evil in the world are we letting God move us to respond with love?
Can we let go of our desires for wealth and riches in order to hold on to God?
We may call ourselves Christians but do we really know what it means to be a disciple of Christ?
If all we have is a thanks to God, why do we claim ownership over things?
Do we consider how much God has forgiven us when thinking about forgiving others?
When we pray, are we allowing time to glorify God instead of just asking for things?
Are we having the same joy when we share with others or are we giving purely out of obligation?
Can we appreciate how out of God's greatness God decided to create us, forgive us, and love us?
Do we act as a church community and come together before Jesus with our problems?
When God is being revealed in our everyday lives, are we making it about ourselves?
Do we as a chuch community work on coming together or turning against one another?
Are we blocking others from praying to Jesus or do we feel rejected by other Christians?
God gives us the choice to follow Jesus or our desires. Where does our heart lead us?
When life over burdens us, do we take it to Jesus or do we try to deal it all by ourselves?
Are our lives centered on us dying or are they focused on everlasting life with Christ?
Are we taking full advantage of God's close proximity to us through Jesus Christ?
Are we keeping God first in our lives or are we prioritizing other things?
Are our lives reflecting the divisiveness of the devil or the loving gathering of God?
Do we live in God's truth or is our view on life covered by the darkness of lies?
How much does Jesus' Sacrifice on the Cross drive our daily lives?
Are we helping in building God's church by bringing people together?
Are we being moved by the power and might of God or do we ignore God's miracles?
Are we following after Jesus or are we dwelling in the evils of the world?
Are we approaching God differently than how we approach other things that aren't divine?
With all Jesus has done for us, are we still not responding to God's call?
Are we resisting the will of God with our own intentions and desires?
What are the ways we can humble ourselves more and more as we approach God?
Are we open to see God in our everyday lives through scriptures and others?
Are we allowing ourselves to fall down into our fears and not be lifted up by God?
Have we realized that all of scripture points to Jesus and are we committed to follow Christ?
God calls out our lies and things we conceal. Are we open to face the truth?
Once we recognize God's greatness are we willing to follow God with Faith like Abraham?
Can we recognize God at work in others just like people recognized John the Baptist?
Are our days spent gathering God's harvest or are we actually not working for God's Kingdom?
Do we recognize how God in Heaven is very present to us here and now?
Are we spending our days for the earthly that perishes or for God who is life?
How have we humbled ourselves today to show others of our love for Jesus?
Do we recognize that all that we have is thanks to God's generosity?
Are we focused on remaining in communion with God at all times?
Why do we spend so much away from Jesus when only with God do we have peace?
Do we really comprehend how Jesus made a close relationship with God the Father possible?
With Ressurection, where is our focus? On the death or the life?
After all the healing Jesus is doing on us, are we turning our attention to God?
Are we properly focused on Jesus' resurrection or are we still seeking earthly things?