Hearts Set on God

Is our fear of God driving our lives or are we succumbing to the will of the world?

Malachi 3:20

We are meant to obey God. We are meant to walk in righteousness even if the world is moving away from God. The world may decide and act against God but God’s justice repairs the distorted community.

During our time we may face the injustices the world has created. And it may pain us to live through them. Not giving in to violence and hate may challenge us. But God’s will will be done and we will be healed from the wounds we sustained.

Let us never give in to injustice. Not give in to that which is against God. Let us be ridiculed, rejected, and hurt for standing with Jesus. And trust that God will provide the strength and healing we need to remain with God.

Tags: Focus, Follow, Malachi

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