How many times have you come to the end of the year or even to the end of the month and realize that you haven’t accomplished what you felt you should have? Whether it is goals for your job or even what we call “the honey dews” around the house, there are things that we all need to scratch off of our “To Do list”. Yet sometimes we have been distracted or maybe have procrastinated and find ourselves with unfulfilled goals.
In this season I find myself thinking of the future and not wanting to one day find myself gray headed rocking on my porch, wishing I would have done something more to obtain spiritual goals in my life. Too many people have good intentions of doing God’s will, but never get to the point of ever doing it. I shudder to think I will live my life through and not make a difference in this generation.
Too many people have good intentions of doing God’s will, but never get to the point of ever doing it. (tweet)
What is hindering us from seeing God’s will manifest in our lives? Well, let us look at a portion of scripture to answer these questions. In John 5:5-6 it says, “Now a certain man was there who had an infirmity thirty-eight years. When Jesus saw him lying there, and knew that he already had been in that condition a long time, He said to him, “Do you want to be made well?”
In this portion of scripture, we see Jesus had gone up to Jerusalem for the feast of the Jews and ends up at the pool of Bethesda. The people who are crammed around this pool are people who were in desperate need of a miracle. Scriptures says at certain Continue reading