As our world continues its restrictions and we all find our daily life in a new routine, I wonder if you’re feeling a bit lost? I’ve been getting up and asking,
“What should I do today? How should I spend my time?”
My flesh (my heart) tells me one thing, the Spirit of God another. Sadly, I haven’t always listened and obeyed God’s voice. Why? The pull of the flesh is strong! My heart wants me to be lazy, comfortable, at ease, and not pushed into hard things!
It’s so easy to believe that ~
I deserve a little extra sleep!
I’m too busy to stop and pray.
It doesn’t matter if I don’t get to _____ or ______. No one is going to see it but my family!
I’m too exhausted to even think about working on a Bible study.
I never was good at memorizing things; forget trying to memorize Scripture!
It was Sunday and the day had been unusually quiet. No crowds gathered in the church foyer. Instead we “gathered” in front of our computers or phone screens to watch the live service, via Zoom. The song service echoed and reverberated our voices as though we were shouting our praise over a wide canyon. Church members recognized others with a wave when their faces showed up, not in their pew, but in the little box on the screen.
As I have gotten older and have realized the swiftness of my life, I desire not to live nearly so much for this world, but for the next. By that I’m referring to passing from here to heaven. That doesn’t mean I dwell on dying – it’s quite the opposite!! I dwell on living…living out a life of gratitude to God for saving me!!
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We all experience times when we know we’re doing what God has called us to do, but the going gets tough…really tough, and we would just as soon quit as keep trudging along on this difficult path. I have found myself there recently, but the Lord has brought me great encouragement through the familiar story of Moses and the Children of Israel as they desired to leave Egypt.
Today’s video will recount some of the hardships this humble servant Moses encountered and then how God encouraged him. These same truths can encourage you and me when we face opposition on our road of obedience.
Which truth encourages you to stay on the path and not quit?
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