Step 10 has been quite the step in our journey! We have talked about taking the right turn at our crossroads, spiritual warfare, and how to take a daily inventory as Step 10 advises us. Now that we know the dangers we could encounter along our path, let’s take a look at our plan of action and the foundation we need to carry it out.
In my last post, I shared with you questions I ask myself daily.
1. How have my interactions affected others?
2. What am I doing that I could do better?
3. Have I been wrong today?
By asking these three questions, I can determine what areas I’m glorifying God and what areas need some work. I am a work in progress and in taking a look at my daily life helps me to improve.
In the Apostle Paul’s letter to the church of Ephesus, he is laying out for them a roadmap, if you will, of how they can live their lives in order to glorify God. More than that, though, he was writing the letter for you and for me. Don’t we all wish life came with an instruction manual for us to refer to? Well, we are in luck, because we have an instruction manual! The Bible is the word of God spoken through many people to convey the truth of how to live our lives. The Book of Ephesians is a book of the Bible I refer to often.
My action plan for my daily inventory includes Ephesians 2:20 which says,
“…having been built on the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Christ Jesus Himself being the cornerstone,”