Rashawn Copeland learned the hard way that no matter how far away from God, you can Start Where You Are and still get back in line with God’s plan for your life. His testimony is compelling and it is easy to hear the joy of the Lord in his voice and sense the call of God on his life.
I understand the Lord’s thinking in choosing the same people needed to handle the tabernacle for each move. They knew exactly how to move it, set it up, and pack it up.
Things really just don’t feel right- every day the enemy seems to take ground.
Although it is human nature to desire encouragement and praise, our security must be found in what he says about us.
The old track was not able to lead you to the destination God had originally promised.
By personally considering each of His questions, we face His probing truth.
By responding truthfully, may we be drawn into a more intimate walk with Him.
There are a variety of voices vying for attention, center stage, and control in our lives. These voices will attempt to discourage you, to dissuade you, to confuse you, and even stop you from walking out God’s plan for your life. We discuss some of the voices you must tune out such as the voice of the past, reason, doubt, and pride, just to name a few.
Redeeming the bad is what our Savior’s all about.
You wonder if life will ever get better, let alone back to some semblance of normal.
And so it is with us. Jesus has called us out. He has sent us into this world to continue His work. In His name, we have power over the enemy.
He completely covers our past, forgives and forgets our sin, walks with us in our present, and anoints every step of our future.
Nothing is worse while you are driving than being subjected to a backseat driver (who is sometimes at the front seat in the form of your spouse).
Not only is the gospel a story, but it’s a good story. Good stories have many layers to them, and the gospel is no different.
We are the translators to the world around us of what God is doing and saying. Plan to be a beacon. Ask for someone to be put there for you to love on. Face your moments with intentionality in mind
No matter where you are on this journey, make a point to run to the end. Godspeed, my friends.
There is a “doing” piece of the puzzle, but the thrust of the work of the Holy Spirit is focused on who God has called you to “be.”