Katheryn Haddad wrote today, “When you don’t feel like it, reach out to God.” The faith is often the practice of piety when we don’t feel like it.
When you go ahead and do it, even when you don’t feel like it, God will at some point give you a breakthrough. Continue reading
READ: “Therefore, as the elect of God, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with a heart of mercy, kindness, humility, gentleness, and patience” Col 3.12.
THINK: Compassion is a “feeling of distress” for the “ills of others” (Vine), which “results in action to remove [someone] from impending difficulty” (TWOT). Compassion was a mark of Jesus, Mt 9.36; Mk 1.41; Lk 7.13. His miracles were acts of compassion, Mt 15.32. Compassion also focuses on spiritual necessity, Jude 22-23. Continue reading
Words that have one meaning for us did not always mean the same thing to the ancients. A good example of this is the term heart, when used in a figurative sense. Continue reading