In what ways are we today in a foreign land, longing to come to our Promised Home?
Are we engaged with our people and place well enough to weep over its needs and celebrate its victories?
Are we willing to seek blessings that come only as a byproduct of the advancements of our leaders, even if we may not agree with them?
Is this your heart’s cry?
Kutless, “In the City”
Slow to anger.
One marked by discretion.
What is the immediate, pressing need that [we] those around us first must deal with before [we] they will be ready to truly hear the Gospel?
In what ways does [our] their drive for achievement at [our] their work or at [our] their hobbies drive [us] them to places of exhaustion that leave [us] them open to compromise?
How can we guard against [their] manipulating [us] others to further our [their] own cause, knowing that God is concerned with the justice of our [their] ways (Pr 16:11, 17:5)?
What plans are in the works today?
Who are my counselors?
Am I willing to seek advice?
We hear in 1 Corinthians 13 that all we do without love is empty. From where does your motivation come for everyday actions?
How is our love? Is it conditional or sacrificial?
Having a God who is love – not an exhibitor of love, but love itself – where do we turn to catch glimpses of love in its purest form?
Ponder further the words spoken by Paul to the Corinthians: Charles Price, All You Need is Love