The things we are called to are not dependent upon us, but are an opportunity for us to rely on God even more.
While we should be excited about God’s promises, let’s think for a few minutes about what these gifts remind us about his character.
Let’s continue to pray, seek, and turn humbly, knowing that our good God does the miraculous and keeps his promises.
Things are bleak right now, but God is good, he is in control, and he longs for us to draw near to him.
If you are God’s child, you are more influential than you think. Let’s use that influence well today!
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.
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 set Jeremiah apart as a prophet to the nations. And he’s done the same for us as well.