We often contrive neat and tidy ways in which we expect the Lord to work, but He often surprises us. Instead of growing frustrated with these turns, have you considered that maybe He is bringing together a better plan than your own? It’s time to go the second mile in embracing God’s unexpected plans.
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Exodus 2:1-10 – In what seemed like a random set of events surrounding the first few months of Moses’ life, God orchestrated details to save Moses and God’s people. God rescues us from danger to place us in the center of His plans.
Exodus 1:8-22 – The Israelites intimidated the Egyptian Pharaoh, so he used all forces at his disposal to reduce their presence. No matter how much God’s enemies oppose His people, they will never fully succeed.
Exodus 1:1-7 – As the Book of Exodus commences, God reminds us of how He kept His promises to an unlikely family to fulfill an uncommon calling. God sets the stage to use His people to accomplish His purposes, and nothing can stop Him.
Luke 2:1-20 – The angels announced the gracious and glorious arrival of Jesus to a group of panicked shepherds. The gospel emboldens our lives once we comprehend that Jesus actually came for us.
We often skip over Jesus’ declaration of His authority in the Great Commission, but our efforts won’t work without His power. The authority of Christ means we should not fear what this world can do to us, but it also implies we shouldn’t drag our feet with what He has called us to do.
Christian college students have a unique opportunity to live for Jesus at that stage in life at a more intentional and intense pace than previously able. Many fail to thrive during those years, even though the potential is unlike any other time.
Just (About) Married
This new book is a premarital resource intended to help couples discern their next step. Whether you are dating for keeps, contemplating a proposal, or planning a wedding as an engaged couple, I want to help you prepare for more than a ceremony.