I am reminded of the simplicity and beauty of the Baltimore Catechism.
Q. 150. Why did God make you?
A. God made me to know Him, to love Him, and to serve Him in this world, and to be happy with Him forever in the next.
Q. 151. Why is it necessary to know God?
A. It is necessary to know God because without knowing Him we cannot love Him; and without loving Him we cannot be saved. We should know Him because He is infinitely true; love Him because He is infinitely beautiful; and serve Him because He is infinitely good.
I know that my children grew up with these questions and answers memorized, but now that they are grown - I am asking them (and I primarily write this article for THEM) do you love God? What do you do to get to know Him better? If you wish to be happy with Him forever in the next life, you have to get to know Him in this life, and love Him and serve Him. What does that mean to you? Can you do more? I know I can. We all must strive to continue to grow in Him, to know Him and love Him and serve Him. If you don't have time for Him - how do you think that will fly when He's planning an eternity for you? Giving God your time and worship shows how much you love Him. Putting God FIRST in your life will result in all your other concerns working out (Matt. 6:33). I ask myself the same questions - and I know the there is more I can do and I know there are times when I fail.
If you're stuck in a rut, or routine - then you're not working on your relationship with God - or at least not working hard enough. What more can you do? What more can I do?