A little summary of what I have covered so far:
Chapter 1 "Discipleship -- For SuperChristians Only?" "Christian" and "Disciple" are not necessarily synonymous. Putting myself up as being "Christian" but not really trying to live out a life of striving to become like Christ has a cost of not knowing true peace and abiding joy.
Chapter 2 "Why Bother With Discipleship?" I cannot just simply "decide" my own forgiveness. I have to do something after that. I have to really overcome sin and change myself on the inside. Not just hide and repent my sin. I have to be "increasingly possessed and permeated" by Jesus's character traits.
Chapter 3 "Who Is Your Teacher?" Am I following the world, looking to it for answers and direction, or am I really studying and following Jesus? How am I doing in my spiritual discipline?
Chapter 4 "Looking Like Jesus -- Divine Resources For A Changed Life Are Always Available" I must seek to have Jesus's heart. I need to accept everyday problems and see them as opportunities for growth -- part of my ordained spiritual journey. I must open myself up to the Spirit, discover and use my Gifts of the Spirit and bear the Fruits of the Spirit. Question of the day: Do I really love (meaning really hope the best for) those who I feel have wronged me in the past?