Your spiritual life needs to be HOT. That means you need to be on fire for Christ. There are many things you can do to continue to fuel your flame, and this message can help you with that. Many people want to have a hot spiritual life, but don’t know how. They go to church, they pray, and they try to do good things, but something is still missing. There are a few key things that you need to do to have a truly activated and engaged relationship with Christ.

First, you must set some goals. What kind of person do you want to be? What difference do you want to make in the world? Be specific and write these goals down somewhere where you will see them every day. This will help keep you accountable and focused on what’s important.

Second, get involved in your community. Find ways to serve others and make a difference in your corner of the world. When we focus on making the world around us better, we naturally draw closer to God without even realizing it. And as an added bonus, service is one of the most fulfilling things we can do with our time!

Finally, read your Bible regularly and spend time talking to God through prayer. These two spiritual disciplines are essential if you want to maintain a close relationship with Christ. If you neglect them, your flame will start to dwindle until it eventually goes out completely. But if you keep feeding your faith with consistent Bible study and prayer, your love for God will continue to burn bright!

Referenced Verses:
Revelations 3:16
Matthew 19:24
Acts 5:1-42
We’ll also look at a few other people throughout the Bible.

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365 Days Of Devotion by Spencer Coffman