In my mind, when you ran aimlessly, that means you were just flailing around like a newborn giraffe trying to run, like someone who lacked any kind of coordination. However, I don’t think that’s what Paul meant at all.
We’ve all been selfish. Don’t deny it. You know you have, too.
He didn’t tell us to let Him know when things are too tough, and He’ll do it for us. He told us to do it, with His help.
We have strengths, we have weaknesses, and God intended for it to be that way.
Many years ago I heard a story that has stuck with me. I heard it again recently as part of a sermon at our congregation. Please allow me a moment to share it with you.
May we always remember that our speech is not inspired and directed by the Holy Spirit, so there is a possibility for innocent misunderstandings.
There are multiple ways we can communicate with others today, but we need to communicate in the right way.
Have you ever had something completely unexpected happen that stopped your life in its tracks? I did.
To all the preachers out there laboring for the kingdom, hopefully this will provide you with some words of encouragement.
Am I saved by faith, or am I saved by doing something?