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.
This life is a marathon and not a sprint. And we need to pace ourselves accordingly.
Nehemiah couldn’t rebuild the wall on his own, so he had to share the vision with others. And our dreams are the same way.
Nehemiah reminds us that we weren’t made to live in isolation but in a supportive community.
You might not be able to do that thing you feel called you to do now, but you can begin making a difference through prayer.
Nehemiah is an excellent lesson leadership, trust, and the practical application of faith, and I can’t wait to dive into this with you!
By imagining myself in the story, I realize that I am the woman with the issue of blood in desperate need of healing, Peter the know-it-all, and the crowd who followed fickly.
Hannah was an amazing woman who held the things in her life loosely.
If you see something in someone else, even if it is buried deep within them, I encourage you to call it out today.