God wants to mold you to His standards through accountability so you can experience wholeness and true maturity.
You are called to be accountable to God.
Our most intimate fellowship will always be with the Lord through His Spirit. God meets us in the intimate and secret places of our hearts. For that reason, it is no surprise that Romans 14:12 says,
“So then, each of us will give an account of ourselves to God.”
God knows everything about you and yet, still fully loves you. This is why you are able to be honest about the state of your heart before God because He promises to never leave nor forsake you (Deuteronomy 31:8).
Do you have a specific time set aside each day to spend with your loving Father for accountability?
You are called to be accountable to yourself.
More than likely, you can probably be your own worst critic, but as you respond to God’s grace, He offers strength for weakness and forgiveness for sin. God is able to restore your conscience to allow you to see yourself through His loving eyes.
"Keep a close watch on how you live and on your teaching.
Stay true to what is right for the sake of your own salvation and the salvation of those who hear you."
1 Timothy 4:16
As you respond to God’s grace and love, you do not have to be crippled by sin or fear of failure. God loves you and offers your forgiveness and freedom to try again.
Are you consistent in personal prayer, study of the Bible, and obedience?
Accountability is the bridge that spans the gap between wanting to live with integrity and being a person of integrity.
Dare to Ask God to give you the freedom of accountability with Himself and with yourself that you may live a life of radical integrity!