“Wait for God”
Wait for God. I think that is what we miss most. That’s why we are just turning around unhealthy fears. Fear centers on the question, Will God protect me? If we don’t have regular intimate time with God, this question always remains in our mind.
We are of course busy with our works, with our kids. We look forward to next holiday, and become busy for vacation, leisure, activities, social things. In the midst of those busyness, we are pretty active for ministries, bible study, helping others. We are too busy to wait for God.
Wait for God. Because He is waiting for us to come, like a father who looks forward to spending time with his kids.
For Lifenet groups and personal reflection
1) When was the last time you really get angry? How did you handle it? Can you see where the anger come from?
2) How would you respond? “Getting angry is always wrong.”
3) Read 1 Samuel 13:8-14. What did Saul fear for? What did it cause for his life? How could he have dealt with his fear?
4) How does fear of men (or fear of loosening face) affect our relationship with God, with others and with ourselves?
5) What do you fear most now? Why? How would you deal with it? What help do you need? From whom and when would you receive it?
NLIF is an international church in Yangon. Come and join our English Sunday worship service.
The Power of Sin in us: love avails but not our love for God.
Are you a bit worried about being an unforgivable person? Good, and celebrate your worry as the work of Holy Spirit in you. We have a God of grace.
"Pardon my sin, oh God, because it is great." (Psalm 25:11)
Let us never be blinded by our own goodness, our religious pride that put us outside of God's amazing forgiveness!
Come join us at our English service of the International Church in Yangon!
“Cleaning up the Temple” (Mark 11:15-17)
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