Room for Improvement

Suppose I asked you about your spiritual life, marriage relationship, parenting skills, and general Bible knowledge.  Most people would say to me, “There is room for improvement.”

We acknowledge that in many of life’s significant arenas, we could do better. 

Saying there is room for improvement is not the same as saying, “I am trying to improve.”  Both recognize our need to get better, but only one person is doing anything about it. 

Recognizing your shortcomings is a great first step toward a life that God desires.  Developing improved actions, no matter how small, is more significant than knowing there are issues. 

You have the room, so why not use it?

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