Right now, in the messiness of ministry, life is hard and my heart hurts.
In my heart, I knew that this would be the last thing I would say to Jennifer. I am not sure if it was the pressing of the Holy Spirit or intuition, but I knew these were my last words, so I didn’t spare them.
Maybe I am even more amazed by what God didn’t allow me to do. How God didn’t let me serve where my heart wanted. How God closed ministry opportunities that I thought had finally arrived. All because He loved me enough to grow me into who I am now.
May I never be satisfied with tainted service to Christ; service done with a proud heart. I want humility to be the heartbeat of my life.
Too much of my life have been filled with bursts of humility instead of a life lived in humility.
Here is an overflowing of the pressing that was on my heart.
In a culture where it feels like everyone wants to be a YouTube star, Insta famous, or make a viral video/ blog post, it is easy to see that humility is not the hallmark of our culture today. So how can we even figure out what humility looks like on a daily basis?
"The Lord will guide you always; he will satisfy your needs in a sun-scorched land and will strengthen your frame. You will be like a well-watered garden, like a spring whose waters never fail."Isaiah 58:11 (NIV) Those words, "The Lord will guide you always..." have been going through my mind the last month as I … Continue reading The Worst Decision I Ever Made