I want to begin cutting unhealthy things out of my life before they become a big glaring problem. I want to be so in tune with what God’s saying that I can say ‘no’ to the things that are less than his best.
We’ve all gotten bad advice before, but have you given bad advice out? I sure have.
We’re unworthy but God loves us anyway. We’re unworthy but His forgiveness has been granted. We’re unworthy but God’s grace abounds.
Now I have a hole in the back of my mouth where that second molar used to be and, to me, it’s a reminder of grace.
Every action we do today can become a habit we take into our future, so for that reason, I believe we should be making positive choices to prepare for the lives we dream of.
I am called righteous, my slate wiped clean by the blood of Jesus, yet I am still enticed by sin and darkness. I am pure and spotless because of the free gift of God, but I still find myself covered in blemishes.
I know my God is faithful in spite of the messiness of life and I can trust him. No matter what life looks like, he is forever faithful.
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?
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