Because of the Holy Spirit living inside of us, the Kingdom is always near. And when the Kingdom is near, lives change.
Our entire world is working through a collective trauma, and yet, I believe that we can find opportunities to be grateful.
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.
We will never be able to perfectly care for others, do justice, love mercy, or walk humbly, but we can become more and more like him each and every day.
Walking humbly with God isn’t pressure-filled. It is embracing who he has called and empowered us to be.
We can easily look like we’re humble, without actually humbly walking with God.
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.