READING RESPONSE, A LIST

December 29, 2008

I’m finishing up a book entitled “Do Hard Things” by Alex & Brett Harris (which I highly recommend) and I’m at a point where I’d like to make a list of hard things to do for me.  Ironically, I am also in the middle of “Unpacking Forgivness” by Chris Brauns – God would have me read these books hand in hand.  Seriously?  Anyhow, I haven’t yet decided what my list of hard things for me will be so I’ll go for it on here. 

So, here’s a shot at things to do that’s hard for me (that I should do):

  • read my Bible everyday
  • pray everyday
  • call my mom every Sundays/Wednesdays (at least twice a week)
  • take my thoughts captive when I am tempted to be moody – bitting the bullet when I don’t want to
  • trust God with my conversations
  • trust God with my relationship issues 
  • pray for my dad
  • plan and get chapel music out by thursdays 12pm, sharp
  • not procrastinate on school work – finish the MABC
  • sign up for facebook (maybe)
  • use all my nights/days away this semester
  • visit Scotty V. in San Diego
  • read my Samoan Bible
  • run daily, except Sundays
  • help Eric out with Bible study
  • write 2 songs
  • no seconds & eat less portions (man, that’s a hard one) – lay off the carbs for 3 months
  • sing, play and worship unashamedly, passionately, truthfully and spiritually
  • let go of past hurts
  • say “hi” to people more
  • smile more
  • no more soda (does sparkling water count?)
  • touch base with Behle once a week
  • pursue marriage
  • encourage Bert, Debbie & Doreen (my bro & sisters) twice a week
  • talk with Brad about kids choir/worship team
  • talk with Jason/Bob about India for the spring/summer
  • vacuum once a week
  • get or make furniture for my deck
  • visit the convalescent homes weekly
  • talk to the starbucks guy about Jesus
  • finish my books before my break is over (I have a total of 5 & I start up again next Monday)
  • I kind of wanna sing in Collegiate next semester
  • get more than 5 hours of sleep per night this next semester
  • do a small group this next semester

Okay, well I think that’s a start.  Today I organized my room.  Now I want to organize my files (probably tomorrow).  Some of these were really vague and kind of maybes.

Anyway, I want to do this.  Man, I’m realizing how easy I make my life, without any help from anyone or anything else.

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One Response to “READING RESPONSE, A LIST”

  1. Sam Neylan said

    🙂
    sounds like you need a hot calendar program to do all that AND continue working everyday! 🙂

    Good job for reading about, writing about, working at, applying what you’re learning. Something really cool about doers of the Word not just hearers of the Word. 🙂

    Call me and we’ll reschedule.

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