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.
Is there any area that you fear man more than God? Or have gone against what you know to be right all to please someone else?
Throughout this month, I want to take a look at some influential women in the Bible. I’m so excited to dive into this with you and celebrate the women who have played such a large part in the faith we share.
In this season, God is inviting us to shed those things that aren’t in our lives or hearts for our benefit.
Let’s be a people so in tune with the voice of God that we quicken our pace when he tells us to and we slow down when it’s time to do so. Let’s do our best to move at his pace and not our own.
Where is temptation the strongest for you?
One fateful decision by a leader, whether good or bad, can change the entire course of a nation, state, city, community, church, business, or family.
We can know and trust that, because he gave his all, he can be trusted with all that we have.