The Audit-4

Luke 16:2 “So he called him in and said, ‘What’s this I hear about you? You’re fired. And I want a complete audit of your books.'”(MSG)
…From yesterday…
Friend, the year is running to an end and it is that time of the year when organizations, government agencies and people like you and I should take stock and audit ourselves. This piece is designed for us to review how 2015 has been.
Our definition says, “Auditing is to help us ensure compliance with established policies and operational procedures, and to recommend necessary changes”.
In simple terms, auditing will help us to know how we have fared in relations to the principles of God, our visions and aspirations so that we can make necessary changes and soar higher come 2016.
That said, let’s go ahead and do some self-audit. To do this we will consult Paul and go through the list he recommended for Timothy.
1 Timothy 4:11 “These things command and teach”
1 Timothy 4:11 “Let these be your orders and your teaching” (BBE)
Paul told Timothy to always consider the following rules and use it to “audit” himself. He said they should become his standards as well as standards for others to audit themselves. Here they are:
1 Timothy 4: 12 “…be thou an example of the believers, in word, in conversation, in charity, in spirit, in faith, in purity.”
1 Timothy 4: 13 “Till I come give attendance to reading, to exhortation, to doctrine.”
To do a self-audit, Paul told Timothy as well as us to consider how we have done in the following areas;
To be continued…
2 Cor. 9:15 “Thank God for his gift that is too wonderful for words!” (CEV)
May this Christmas usher in favour, goodness and greatness for you. I thank God for the gift of Christ who came and died for you and I.
Audit your relationship with HIM!
Merry Christmas beloved!
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