It’s amazing what small acts of obedience can do in our lives and the lives of others.
From Jonah’s story, I believe we can learn a wealth of information about who God is and who we are.
The Search For Significance beckons us back to the basics, which we most definitely need.
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.
The woman at the well reminds me that there’s always more room in God’s Kingdom, and he’s given us the opportunity to invite as many as we can to the party.
Now that I know I have been forgiven of much, my natural response is to love God more extravagantly than I have before.
Whether it’s easy or difficult for you, I encourage you to take some time today and receive the rich love of God that he has freely given to you.
My hope and prayer is that we would all have the courage to confront those things in us that need to be healed and to let those things reside in the past that have been forgiven.
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.