No matter where we fall on the Martha and Mary spectrum, we are loved and accepted by God because of Jesus.
God wants to be invited into the moments when we are triggered, instead of us pretending like they don’t exist.
God’s love is not because of anything I’ve done. He loves me simply because he loves me. There’s nothing I can do to make him love me any more or any less.
God is pure, unfiltered, unadulterated Love and we were created to be loved by him and to love him and others in return.
In a world that’s full of conflict and division, yelling and proving others wrong, empathy can be a rare place of safety. And I believe this is what many are longing for.
This book was such a powerful reminder that God is with me and for me.
I’m thankful that Jesus went first, so all I have to do is respond to his unending love.
I pray that we’re each able to embrace, look up from, and invite others into our discomfort today.
God is graciously pointing out to me that trusting him is the posture that I should live in.
It’s amazing how our wonder can fade as we become too familiar.