I believe that we can be like Abram and resist temptation when it arises.
The things we are called to are not dependent upon us, but are an opportunity for us to rely on God even more.
No matter where we fall on the Martha and Mary spectrum, we are loved and accepted by God because of Jesus.
When we give what we have to Jesus, he can do more than we could’ve ever asked or imagined.
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.
I wonder if, during difficult times, Jesus marvels at the faith that we display in those little moments as we go about our days.
If our faith is depleted or has grown weary, Jesus is still present.
God has fresh revelation and strength for us today—we don’t have to rely on past provision.
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.