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We all know that the outcome of certain situations in our lives is mostly determined by our peception of it and how we responded to it. It's "situation cause and effect" which may not always be favorable.

These Personal Awareness Bible Lessons teach us how to become more spiritual in our thinking as well as our doing. If applied, we'll experience peace and glorify God as we transition through the issues of life.

Psalm 119:59   “I have considered my ways and have turned my steps to your statutes.”



It’s important that we take a “time-out” to examine our conduct to see how closely we follow the commandments of God. The one thing Christians fail to realize is that the Bible is a manual that gives us instructions and examples of how to live a Godly life. As such, it becomes a spiritual tool that corrects our behavior. Obedience and the willingness to submit to those instructions will produce positive changes in our lives; and that is what we all should want.


There is no real reason to neglect taking a self-evaluation. There is nothing to be afraid of and when we realize our faults; there is no real reason to be ashamed. We will of course feel remorse, because we love the Lord and most errors are unintentional. This is what the Bible describes as “godly sorrow.” This type of sorrow convicts deeply enough to help us produce what the Bible calls “the fruit of repentance,” which is the deliberate intention to change our ways or behavior.




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