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Motives for actions

Steve Cornell:

The following 10 point inventory is meant for personal use not for judging others. It could be used as a guide to help others but I emphasize caution because lists and tests are too often used legalistically in ways that promote sinful pride.

With this said, it’s certainly wise to examine and to guard our hearts. I think you’ll find this 10 point inventory helpful.

I know I did.

The article lists 10 questions to ask to discern our motives behind certain actions and gives Biblical reasons to match yours up with. Kind of eye-opening/confronting.

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