Even though it goes against my natural inclinations, I am called to be a servant.
Isaiah 6 begins with a very important verse that is going to take us on a bit of a history lesson. Fasten your seat belts, folks! This is going to be a fun ride!
Humility, submission to God, pure hearts, and an understanding of sin are all things that God is calling us to—I pray that we are courageous enough to accept his invitation.
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I believe that as we individually repent, turn from our sins, and seek God’s face, the miraculous can happen in our communities, cities, and beyond!
Lately, I’ve realized that my priorities don’t always match God’s. Let’s pray that we would prioritize the things God cares about.
In the midst of immense difficulty, we can pray and cry out to God, casting all of our cares upon him because he cares for us.
We will never be able to perfectly care for others, do justice, love mercy, or walk humbly, but we can become more and more like him each and every day.
Walking humbly with God isn’t pressure-filled. It is embracing who he has called and empowered us to be.
We can easily look like we’re humble, without actually humbly walking with God.