Let’s continue to pray, seek, and turn humbly, knowing that our good God does the miraculous and keeps his promises.
Things are bleak right now, but God is good, he is in control, and he longs for us to draw near to him.
In the midst of immense difficulty, we can pray and cry out to God, casting all of our cares upon him because he cares for us.
If you are God’s child, you are more influential than you think. Let’s use that influence well today!
For the past month or so, there’s been one verse, in particular, that keeps springing to my mind.
God does turn our sadness into dancing, but first we have to mourn.
What we don’t handle today, will need to be dealt with in the future.
As we trim back some of the excess from our physical lives, I believe the same can be done for our hearts and minds.
I believe God has called us to live with our eyes open so that we can respond when he speaks and follow where he leads.
Let’s put ourselves in the story of Matthew 8 for just a moment to see what we learn about ourselves and the character of God.