NextLevel Online: Emotional Maturity

Session 7: Living in Wholeness (Part 1)

Are you living your life or surviving your life? What does God hold you accountable for? What does a life of wisdom look like? In this session, we start Randy’s list of 10 essentials for a life of wholeness.



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Three questions to ask:

  • What does God hold me accountable for?

  • What does it mean to be a human being and to live the life we were intended?

  • What would a life of wisdom and wholeness look like?

Randy’s list of 10 essentials for a life of wholeness:

  1. Have a heart of worship where I share the day with the Lord.

    • John 14:15-23, Hebrews 13:5-6, John 15:1-17

    • A question to be asked at the end of every day is “Did I worship today? Did I share the day with the Lord?”

  2. Have a handful of godly friends who know everything about me.

    • 1 Kings 19, 2 Timothy 4, Romans 16

    • A question for the end of every day is “Did I make some investment in good friends today?”

  3. Faithfully and joyfully live out my role in my family.

    • Matthew 15, Ephesians 4-5, 1 Peter 3:7

    • A question for the end of every day is “Did I serve my family with what I could today?”

  4. Take up the “towel and basin” and advance the cause of Christ where it is not.

    • John 13:1-17

    • A question for the end of every day is “Did I advance the cause of Christ today?”

  5. Work hard.

    • Proverbs 12-13, Ecclesiastes 9:10, Colossians 3:17

    • A question for the end of every day is “Somewhere today, did I work hard?”

When you begin to leave “one behind,” it is not something you are leaving behind, but you that you are leaving behind!

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