Jesus spends more time with the people in ancient America. He gives them the sacrament again and teaches the prophesies of Isaiah. He talks about those who know Him, publish peace. Am I publishing peace, or do I sow more seeds of contention?
Are you ever tired from the burdens you carry? Sorrows, fears, doubts, sins. Would you like to cast these weights off and receive rest…a spiritual time out. God has promised us rest from our labors and relief from all that weighs us down. We just need to choose Him.
What I pulled out of these two chapters was to beware of pride, which set us against God, and to be meek, which sets us next to God. What does meekness look like, and how can we obtain more of it in our character?
How can we come to know the Lord better than we do today? He is the light, truth, and life of the world. Do we trust Him implicitly? If we still doubt or fear, what can we do to bolster our trust in Him?
One theme that stands out to me in these Isaiah chapters is Second Chances. God doesn’t hold grudges. He is always reaching His hand out to save us…if we turn to Him in repentance. There is lots to delight in with these chapters. See what you can find.
Going on a mission is different than becoming a missionary. Becoming whatever the Lord needs us to be should be a life-long goal. Read more by guest poster–Kimberly, a young adult recently returned from the Korea Seoul South Mission.