But…if God’s Word is to be believed and trusted with everything we are and have, then EVEN pandemics have their role.
God is not after only a few cosmetic changes like how you part your hair or whether you like chocolate or strawberry ice cream. More importantly, He changes our fundamental motivation for why we do what we do. As we adopt his plan and his strategy for life, everything changes. Jesus said, “Seek first the kingdom of God and all these things will be added unto you,” (Matthew 6:33).
All of us have goals we want to accomplish, others have changes we must make in our lives. Some are desperately needed, others are things we would like to accomplish.
Our confidence and hope lay in the brilliance of the artist who will not waste a stroke, every one being intentional and mindful of the final outcome.
With the same attitude that Jesus had, we must influence others not by how smart we are but rather by being a servant!
What does it mean to be dedicated passionately to the church?
In the age in which you and I live, in which godly role models are not placed on any type of pedestal, the assignment of raising children who treasure God and His Word above cultural norms seems also to be an impossible task.
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