Even though it goes against my natural inclinations, I am called to be a servant.
When we take care of someone who doesn’t deserve it, who can’t repay anything to us, we are doing it to God.
No matter where we fall on the Martha and Mary spectrum, we are loved and accepted by God because of Jesus.
Self-preservation is a natural response, but we can choose the supernatural path of servanthood.
God loves single women just as much as he loves single men, married men and women, widows, widowers, and everyone in between.
The Widow of Zarephath reminds me that even small acts of obedience and service can have an incredible impact on our world.
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.
No matter our jobs, our locations, our aspirations, or our callings, we all play an important role.
Life is not meant to be lived alone, so let’s reach out to our communities today!
Today, we’re going to examine the heart postures of two different groups of people: the priests and the nobles of Tekoa.