Life is a choice. We can trust in what we think is best, or we can trust in God.
Do you know the Author of the Bible?
Do you know the author of the Bible?
Can we be meek and still be
effective as ambassadors for Christ and the Gospel message?
Go ahead. Step in the water. Move forward.
Would my life be different if I didn’t have Children-of-Israel’s lack of faith so often?
Every time I read the story of the sons of Israel crossing the Red Sea I marvel that they crossed on dry ground.
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God reminds Joshua to be strong and courageous. He then emphasizes to be strong and “very” courageous. Then a third time He “commands” him to be strong and courageous. As if that wasn’t enough, a few verses later the Israelites remind Joshua once again to be strong and courageous.
For the next two Tuesdays we will continue our look at our relationship with Jesus. As a reference we will study how two men responded to Jesus’ crucifixion and resurrection. We will walk with them as they return from Jerusalem to their home in a small town seven miles away. On the Road to Emmaus Jesus encounters them and changes their lives.
So, you think God can’t use you. You think God can’t use you because ________________? What’s your excuse? You think God doesn’t want you to be a part of His plan? You think He doesn’t have something awesome planned for you to do?
Most people could admit to serving up an excuse or two now and again. Truth is, we can usually think up pretty good excuses for not doing something, especially if we think we’re not qualified.
Moses was just like us.
When we prepare for a family vacation, getting ready becomes a major project. Then once we drive off we spend part of the trip asking ourselves, “Did we forget anything?” That uneasiness haunts us most of the trip. Often it’s not until we arrive at our vacation destination and unpack that we discover we left something behind. That question, “Are we ready?” is an important one to ask when we face challenges or opportunities in our calling and our walk with Christ.
I allow too many things controlled by my senses to block my vision of God.