As we trim back some of the excess from our physical lives, I believe the same can be done for our hearts and minds.
No matter where we fall on the Martha and Mary spectrum, we are loved and accepted by God because of Jesus.
I believe God has called us to live with our eyes open so that we can respond when he speaks and follow where he leads.
When we give what we have to Jesus, he can do more than we could’ve ever asked or imagined.
Let’s put ourselves in the story of Matthew 8 for just a moment to see what we learn about ourselves and the character of God.
I wonder if, during difficult times, Jesus marvels at the faith that we display in those little moments as we go about our days.
God wants to be invited into the moments when we are triggered, instead of us pretending like they don’t exist.
Each unnamed woman in the Bible was loved immensely by God and has an important lesson for us to learn today.
Our view of justice has become one of punishment and payment instead of life-change and restoration of relationship.
With the Lord, justice, mercy, and humility aren’t opposing ideas, they all work together in harmony.