In Micah 6:8, God commands us to love mercy, which is not something that comes naturally to me.
Our view of justice has become one of punishment and payment instead of life-change and restoration of relationship.
With the Lord, justice, mercy, and humility aren’t opposing ideas, they all work together in harmony.
Jesus often went out of his way for people. Even when he was on a journey, he would take the time to respond to the needs of the people.
I am often disappointed by how long things take in life. I want the movie montage version, not the real-life version of these events.
In the spirit of looking back on the year 2019, let’s revisit the top 5 posts of the last year.
We’ve come to believe the lie that rest is an event, not a lifestyle.
It’s so easy to think of God as some aloof guy who sees and treats us all the same, but he knows and cares for each of us individually.
I’ve been going about my merry way, thanking God for the opportunities in front of me, only to realize that he’s been whispering to me “This is good, but I have better for you.”
Things have been so good lately, but this little thought has been sneaking into my mind: When is it all going to go wrong?