What do you do if God tells you to do something that will make you unpopular, ridiculed and even hated? Oh and by the way, you also won’t be listened to either. Is success the proof you need to be convinced that God said it?
The change that God brings to our lives may not be that obvious in our personalities. Instead, He changes our character and our motivations. The outward behaviours then follow.
Sometimes we follow a path that leads us into plans that are bigger than we could have ever imagined.
We often think of sacrifices as those which equate eventually to a monetary value somehow. But to God, the biggest sacrifices can never be made to wear a price tag.
Even a man after God’s own heart can have areas in his life where he fails.
Thinkers are notorious for being misunderstood. They are thought to be calculated and un-emotional. But they can also be diligent for the truth.
Moses was trained in the best of Pharoah’s court, but God didn’t want that for the leader of His people. Where was he going to learn to lead like God wanted?
Obadiah was a man who served the Lord while serving as King Ahab’s right-hand man. Can a godly man serve a wicked king? Can God use such a man?