Running the Race or Keeping Pace?

Opening Inspirational Passage:

“Your Word Is a Lamp to My Feet and a Light to My Path! I will run after you with delight in my heart.” (Ps. 119)

Son Day for Sunday:

We have Jesus, the great helmsman steering the ship, “It’s as easy for God to steer a king’s heart for his purposes, as it is for him to direct the course of a stream.” (Pro. 21)

2020 was a year of trauma and transformation. In the midst of it all, I saw the supernatural hand of God move in the midst of the impossible.

“With men this looks impossible, but with God all things are possible.” (Mt. 19:26)

If you are reading this blog post, God has led you here for a reason.

As spiritual beings living the human experience; the greatest strength we have is not as men or women in high places, but in one another, as Children of God!

It was not unusual for Jesus to return for ‘one’, “And when he has brought out all his sheep, he walks ahead of them and they will follow him, for they are familiar with his voice.” (Jn. 10:4)

Jesus called forth twelve and realized they needed help. He sent out more workers, two-by-two. He calls us to walk with one another; as sisters and brothers in Christ, crossing denominational lines reaching the forgotten and the unwanted.

Kindred Soul:

The changes in our nation and around the world will continue to whirl.

Are you running the race or keeping pace? Are you ready to get to work?

If you are: Put on your running shoes and get ready to run the race with our Jesus!

Closing Inspirational Passage:

“A true athlete will be disciplined in every respect, practicing constant self-control in order to win a laurel wreath that quickly withers. But we run our race to win a victor’s crown that will last forever.” (1Co. 9:25)

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