Self-preservation is a natural response, but we can choose the supernatural path of servanthood.
God set Jeremiah apart as a prophet to the nations. And he’s done the same for us as well.
God wants to be invited into the moments when we are triggered, instead of us pretending like they don’t exist.
God is shining a light on our beliefs so he can heal and restore.
Our practical compassion is never wasted, but can have a lasting impact beyond what we can see.
I wonder what a single act of courageous generosity in our lives could do for others?
The Widow of Zarephath reminds me that even small acts of obedience and service can have an incredible impact on our world.
God isn’t frustrated or annoyed when we bring the small things of life to him.
We aren’t defined by the things we are doing or have done, but we are defined by who we are in Jesus.
Each unnamed woman in the Bible was loved immensely by God and has an important lesson for us to learn today.