My pastor tried to explain to us today to expect great things in our life because the blood of Jesus Christ and live in confidence that God can do amazing things in us. Although this is true, how much of us really do this? How many really walk like “God is too good”? I know for myself personally I have lost some “saltiness” and belief. There were things that I have known to be true as God told me, but doubt and fear began to take over my emotions. I'm aware of this so I am now on a turn around, however, it is not easy.
It’s time to stand tall and really act like “God is too good”. What can I do, you may ask; well the
first thing I think would be good to do is to simply pray. It’s important because that is our communication with God. That is the way we talk to him and I know if you ask him to show you his goodness, he will. If this was last week I would say, look at your life (car, finances, refrigerator, degrees) and see that “God is too good”, but God convicted me today in church when my pastor put emphasis on the fact that those things are NOTHING. If you want to see how good his really is..Look at the cross! God sent his son (himself) Jesus, to die on the cross for our sins so we can have a life worth living, and constant communication with God. How good is that! Yes things we have are wonderful, but the works of God in my heart is what matters to me and the thought that God died for my sins keeps me reminded of his continuous goodness.
This week, I encourage you to think how God has been “too good” in your life. I don’t care if you have to be reminded through a football game, as long as you are aware. It’s refreshing to see athletes, singers, and actors speak on the goodness of God, but get some goodness for yourself; there’s enough to go around. God is simply waiting on you!
Happy Sunday and I love you like crazy have a blessed week.
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