Maybe, as we live like Jesus and suffer for his name, we’ll feel a deeper connection to the other parts of the body of Christ.
Originally posted on Work in Progress:
I’ve been thinking and praying a lot over the past couple of months. I’ve been praying…
The Kingdom of God is more than a place, it’s a people, and it’s our privilege to be a part.
The Kingdom is imbued with justice and overflows with mercy. And God has called us to live the same way.
Our view of justice has become one of punishment and payment instead of life-change and restoration of relationship.
Let’s invite the Holy Spirit in and ask him to reveal those areas where we have drifted or settled for less than his best for us.
Let’s spend some time today examining our hearts and motivations, offering anything inappropriate to God to heal and restore.
I wonder how our lives would change if we dared to lean in just a little closer and let the hand of the master restorer work.
Life is not meant to be lived alone, so let’s reach out to our communities today!
Nehemiah reminds us that we weren’t made to live in isolation but in a supportive community.