“Sometimes we are outright rude when we interact with people. We meet a gay guy or a couple living together, and we think we have the obligation and right to warn them what God thinks about their sexuality on our first meeting. As if their sex life is the first thing on God’s agenda.
Love is. Grace is. Mercy is. Jesus is.”
The skeptic says that the believer has lost his own mind under God. On the contrary, it is the people who follow God who are most like his children, who willingly and consciously walk in his will; but those who oppose him oppose him vainly and at their own expense, and, figuratively, seem to be more like his tools. They don’t diminish his glory, but instead he still manages to use them in ways of unconsciously carrying out his will.
1. Be grateful for what you have. Too often we think about what we don’t have, or how we’ve been hurt, or what’s gone wrong. But there are even more things to be thankful for.
2. Believe you have what it takes to succeed. Don’t give up on yourself when you do…
"God can change our circumstances, but sometimes He waits for us to show real desire for change as well as our faith in Him." - Anne Graham Lotz Devotional provided by Heartlight ,reg; ,copy; 1996-2014. All rights reserved.