Even if it’s just for a minute or two, let’s check in with ourselves and see how we’re doing.
In the church, there’s a lot of talk about not being afraid, but I wonder if our language regarding fear is incomplete.
Nehemiah was resolute about the right things, and didn’t get caught up in the wrong things—and I pray we would be the same way.
The Bible is filled with commands to not be afraid, but this message is never delivered with condemnation or shame.
Let’s return our eyes to Jesus, the author and perfecter of our faith, so we can run well the race set before us!
Nehemiah reminds us that we weren’t made to live in isolation but in a supportive community.
Do you focus more on the people, the experience, or the vehicle that got you to your destination?
Let’s move past treating the symptom and choose to get down to the root of things!
No matter what you’re seeking, searching after, or longing for know that God is seeking you. You’re the one that he leaves the ninety-nine for.
God’s compassion wasn’t just available back in Bible times, but is accessible to us today.