How can I please God?
Seven Ways to Please God
- HAVE FAITH IN GOD: Hebrews 11:6.
- BE SPIRITUALLY MINDED: Romans 8:6-8.
- FEAR GOD: Psalm 147:11.
- STUDY AND FOLLOW JESUS CHRIST’S EXAMPLE: Matthew 17:5.
- OBEY GOD: 1 Samuel 15:22.
- DO GOD’S WILL: Hebrews
- GIVE THE SACRIFICE GOD WANTS:
What do you say to students going to college?
Good luck with the new academic year. You’ll do great! #2 You’re an amazing, dedicated student, and I’m sure you’ll achieve great success this year as a college student. Many challenges are coming, but I know you can handle them all!
What to say to be encouraging?
- “Be good to yourself.
- “This is what you’re going through, not who you are.”
- “I hope you are surrounded by people who are good for your spirit.”
- “You are amazing for facing this with so much courage and hope.”
- “The most important thing right now is to focus on getting better…
What does God value?
The values Jesus Christ taught in the New Testament can be summed up in two thoughts—love God and love others. Here is a sampling of values that are presented in the Word of God: Generosity – This is the core Christian value of being kind and unselfish, especially with our money and time.
How do we serve God?
This list gives 15 ways in which we can serve God by serving others.
- of 15. Serve God Through Your Family.
- of 15. Give Tithes and Offerings.
- of 15. Volunteer in Your Community.
- of 15. Home and Visiting Teaching.
- of 15. Donate Clothing and Other Goods.
- of 15. Be a Friend.
- of 15. Serve God by Serving Children.
- of 15.
Why must we serve God?
The importance of serving God, according to 1 Peter 4:10-11; “Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God’s grace in its various forms. If anyone serves, he should do it with the strength God provides, so that in all things God may be praised through Jesus Christ.
How do you motivate college students?
10 Simple Motivation Tips for High school and College Students
- Make a pact with yourself.
- Shift the goals and objectives.
- Do something small and generate a flow.
- Do the hardest task first and start slow.
- Don’t compare yourself with others and review results.
- Remember your achievements and act like your heroes.
- Come out of your comfort zone and don’t fear failure.
What advice would you give a new student?
Set high personal and academic standards for yourself, and live up to them. Listen to that little voice inside you that says, “I can do this.” Believe in yourself. Realize that school is work; it’s not play time. Settle for nothing less than your very best.