The Christian life is supposed to be punctuated by radical and supernatural makeovers, from beginning to end, maturing our faith and making God known to others.
Making New Year resolutions with eternity in mind recalibrates our priorities and opens our eyes to the big picture. We can look forward to the next year with the joyful anticipation that God will use us for His kingdom purposes and His glory.
The story of how and why God gave manna to the Israelites contains valuable lessons for us today. It highlights God’s ability to provide for His people and demonstrates His loving kindness towards us. But how often do we recognize manna when we see it? How can receiving our daily manna strengthen our faith?
We are homebound with children and spouses, separated from friends and family, surrounded by grief and loss, and within touching distance of a virus. What role does our faith play in this predicament?