I believe that our responses to truth reveal a lot about the state of our hearts.
It’s our honor and privilege to learn to hear and respond to God’s voice as we grow and mature in him.
I wonder how our lives would change if we dared to lean in just a little closer and let the hand of the master restorer work.
We can work from a place of rest, security, and identity, knowing that he is our good Father and we are his beloved children.
Our actions always reveal our value-systems.
The Bible is filled with commands to not be afraid, but this message is never delivered with condemnation or shame.
Trusting God is much easier to talk about than to actually do, but I encourage you to take a look at what your actions reveal about your view of God.
Nehemiah couldn’t rebuild the wall on his own, so he had to share the vision with others. And our dreams are the same way.
It’s so tempting to jump into something without thinking a whole lot but I believe that we’re supposed to examine the season and respond accordingly.
Nehemiah is an excellent lesson leadership, trust, and the practical application of faith, and I can’t wait to dive into this with you!