God doesn’t want us to just know a bunch of stuff about him, but he wants us to be participants with him in faith and in life.
Though it can be uncomfortable, accountability provides an opportunity for growth that is unmatched, vulnerability is all that’s required in return.
At the end of the day, the gospel is simple, powerful, and completely relational.
It’s truly amazing to me that there’s always more to be gleaned by the Bible, even if you’ve already those verses 100 times before.
I pray that we’re each able to embrace, look up from, and invite others into our discomfort today.
One of the beautiful things about God is that he cares so much about us that he’s willing to get us out of our comfort zones.
But what if our pain, our struggle, and our brokenness are actually good things?
Living exposed is an incredibly uncomfortable place to be but it’s worth the risk.
As uncomfortable as it can be, community is a vital part of our healing process.
We don’t need to fix or have all the answers or be worried about the destination–we can just focus on being as present with our traveling companions as we can.