ConnectUs Church Blog
God knows everything. But knowing that God knows everything can give us peace and increase our ability to trust Him.
So often we live like we hold eternal judgements in our hands. We make decisions about people and think things about people that are not our decisions to be making. Ultimate judgement is God’s job.
Why did Jesus do miracles? Did he have to do miracles?
We are so ready to get on to the next thing. The next job. The next relationship. The next step God has for us. But we have to learn how to do “now” well in order to get to “next.” Sometimes the best way to set yourself up for success is to spend a little more time purposefully waiting in a less than ideal situation. What are you waiting for? Camp before crossing. The promise land awaits.
The way we view and label people effects the words we say about them and around them. One of the easiest things to do is to put someone in a category and view them completely differently.
True humility comes from knowing I am more sinful than I’ll ever fully realize, while at the same time knowing I am more loved by God than I can ever imagine. Believing these truths about who God is and who you are result in a confidence that destroys your pride and heals your insecurities.
A helpful tool to include in your prayers is the phrase “so that.” For example, I am praying for a new job “so that…”
You don’t go to church, you are the church. You know that. But how can you be the church during an online church service when it’s only you sitting in your PJ’s in your bedroom? You don’t have a group of people you can go say hi to or greet when they enter. You can’t set an example for others by the way you worship. You can’t give your small group of kids a high five and see them smile.
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