The “rollercoaster” of staying healthy can be a difficult one to navigate. But the same can be true for offering love the way that God does. In fact, looking closer at this parallel could offer change to your life both spiritually and physically, forever. And today, guest speaker Eric Hall presents on this exactly.
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Imagine a life completely free of influence. One where every thought, decision, or ounce of bias was developed from your personal experience and nobody else’s…impossible, right? Our world is connected in so many hidden and imperceivable ways. In fact, much of who we are is because of the direct influence from those we know. Today’s an opportunity to take inventory. A time to make change if we need it and change course if we want it.
Recently we’ve watched our country —states, counties, communities, even neighbors—divide into many factions. In a globally confrontational time for us all, it’s never been more important to unite. Not for ourselves but for each other. And because ultimately, we are called to.
What if this year we made it our goal to be more patient and be kinder to others? To those we disagree with. To those we may consider our “enemies”? What if that was the *only* request that Jesus extended to us this year?
If you’re ready step-up in your walk with God, why not start with the fundamentals of spiritual growth? The methods God uses to get our attention or form us into the person we’re meant to be are most often difficult to navigate. So, today we talk about the tools that God uses to help influence our spiritual character.
Could this be a season of opportunity in spite of all the obstacles? Because change is inevitable, but growth is optional. What intentions are you taking to be open toward what God has for us in this new season of life?
What distracts us from truly following Jesus? Being committed to God, our creator allows us to give up all that we are, in order to receive all that we can become. Dig deeper within yourself and God’s word to figure out what perspective is keeping you from seeing His bigger picture.
Three things to understand about failure: 1. Everyone fails, 2. Everyone does not respond to failure the same and 3. What we do with failure is a choice. Find out more about we can “fail” in a way that will help us grow in God’s grace and design.
As we think about any area of our life (especially during this time of Coronavirus) maybe we simply need to learn some new things and let go of resistance to change. We must answer the first question: are we teachable?
Confess your sins to each other and pray...