Just as we make it a priority to nourish our bodies with food and water, we must also nourish our souls. So the question is: Are you satisfied?
I believe we can embrace this pandemic as a call to improve our spiritual fitness.
God will always deliver us; it just isn't always to the destination we choose.
As the world gets put on hold, we as believers have a rare opportunity to be an example in how we respond and so be a light to others.
As a follower of Jesus, do you choose comfort or the cross? Will you join me this day in inviting God to make us a bit less comfortable?
When Jesus said, "Love your neighbor," he meant anyone else who shares in your humanity.
Am I worthy even when my best isn't good enough? Learn what God has to say.
If I am going to follow Jesus, then I have to actually follow him--his example, his Word and his voice.
Loving our neighbors as ourselves is one of those Christian notions that is so familiar it tends to lose its punch...and this idea honestly packs a wallop!
What if the majesty of creation is intended to draw our eyes to the majesty of its Creator?