Change is difficult. Sanctification is change. While God ultimately changes us, we each have a part to play. The challenge is to determine how to cooperate with this transformation process each and every day. Turn to Galatians 4.
Change is a part of life. How we deal with change is of utmost importance in our walk with Jesus. God tells us that one of the primary aspects of faith is placing trust in him and finding rest. Today, Pastor Curt goes over a sermon concerning one task that God gave us that doesn’t…
One evil act is never fixed by another evil act. We are prone to be escalators. How we handle a crisis is indicative of our intimacy with God or lack of it. We are called to live a life that is counter-cultural. “A life that is a glorious contradiction to what the world calls normal.”
Even though Jacob had his name changed and had received blessings and had even been face to face with God the night before, Jacob’s meeting with Esau the next day was a mix of some good and some of Jacob’s flesh. The consequences of that lack of purity would have long-term impact.