Monday: Read Hebrews 10:24-25. Think of an intersection you have faced in your spiritual life in the recent past. How did you proceed? What did you do right? What did you do wrong? What is different or better about your life today because of how you faced that intersection?
Tuesday: Read 1 Corinthians 6:19-20. Are you facing an intersection in your physical health? A medical problem? Do you need to get into better shape? Lose some weight? Quit a bad habit? Start a good habit? Pray about how you can navigate this intersection right now. If your physical health is good—thank the Lord for the gift of good health!
Wednesday: Read Ephesians 4:22-24. How is your mental and emotional health? Do you suffer from depression or anxiety? Are you avoiding the intersection of seeking help? Consider your emotional intelligence—are you a well-balanced person? How does your mood and your attitude affect your work and your family for good or for bad? If you are emotionally and mentally healthy—thank the Lord for this gift!
Thursday: Read Philippians 2:3-4. Do you have spiritually encouraging relationships? Are you needing to face an intersection that will end or change a relationship?
Friday: Read Malachi 3:10. Have you evaluated your financial health lately? Do you need to face an intersection to improve it? Reduce your debt? Reign in spending? Make more money? Consider God’s plan for financial health? Attend Financial Freedom University?
Saturday: Read Romans 12:2. How is your vocational health? Are you employed? Retired? Looking for work? In a business or thinking of starting a business? Do you have activities and hobbies that bring personal satisfaction? Are your work and personal habits God pleasing?