Every day is a new opportunity to grow in Christ.
I’m snuggled beneath warm sheets when my alarm clock pesters me to rise and shine. I stumble out of bed, sleepy-eyed, and head for the kitchen. Friends are coming to our house after church to watch televised football games.
First order of business: brew myself a hot cup of French-pressed coffee. Within minutes, my full cup sits idle on the kitchen counter while I hurry through my to-do list. If there’s one thing I know about my “men folk,” they want their appetites fed the moment we walk through the door on Sunday afternoons. So I melt Velveeta cheese, make a taco bean dip, and dice lettuce and tomatoes for our Mexican feast.
Husband and son stroll into the kitchen ready for church as I rush by them to get dressed. But when I re-emerge from the bedroom with Bible and purse in hand, I’m informed there’s a change in…
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Thank you, Karen. This article gave me hope! Susan
Praise the Lord! We know that verse, “He who began a good work in you will see it to completion.” And yet, we expect perfection from ourselves. We beat ourselves up for yesterday’s mistakes. My life has been changed by the reality that nothing is wasted. Not even my mistakes. Everything…is an opportunity to be conformed more into the likeness of Christ. Only He can do the work within us.
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