As followers of Jesus, we are called to help one another follow Him ever more so closely. But how exactly are we supposed to do that? It starts by being intentional with one another regarding our personal commitments to Jesus. It’s time to go the second mile in creating careful accountability.
The prophet Habakkuk struggled with God’s plan in the world because it didn’t meet his expectations. If you have struggled with what God has done or allowed others to do, it is time to learn how to trust God again.
Jesus taught the necessity of obedience to His words, but we cannot apply them if we don’t first study them. Create a plan where you can work through studying the entire Bible.
All of us go through storms, but only some of us make it out of them. As Jesus concluded the Sermon on the Mount, he taught his listeners how to build the types of lives that can withstand life’s storms.
If God’s children continue to succumb to sin, He doesn’t mind getting involved. He still loves us enough to intervene and put a stop to what is sinful and harmful.
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