Psalm 38:1-22. Remembering a time when the pathos of my brokenness and the desperation of my need for God were at the intensity David describes here, what was the result? Am I still living in the lessons I learned then?
Nehemiah 6:1-19. How is the Enemy trying to bait me today, even pretending to speak for God? What is my strategy of defense?
Philippians 2:1-11. Can I think of three people Jesus would have me put ahead of myself and humbly serve this week, contrary to my inclinations (verses 3-4)?
Luke 14:1-6. How shall I plan my Sunday this week in order to use it more as Christ would have done and less as my worldly habits would suggest?.
These are some of the questions I asked myself in studying this morning's four readings from the St. James Daily Devotional Guide. Click and see what you think. Where is your self-examination leading today?