Change (for the Unchangeable?)

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I stagger over the patience of God for my soul.

Sometimes repeated forays into sin become all I can see. I am the prototypical sinner, and it’s hard to believe anyone else could be as stubborn as me. But grace is always found when I return to Him. I am certain He loves me very much.

And I do know that growing up has much to do with time spent with Him. Coming into Jesus’ presence, by faith, is my ‘life task.’ I know this to be true.

Any advice you could give me would be good. TY. I’ll tune into any comments that you leave below (I’m terrible with email.) I want this verse to be mine.

“I will bless those who have humble and contrite hearts, who tremble at my word.”

Isaiah 66:2

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Author: Pastor Bryan Lowe

The Chief Sinner of the "Chiefest of Sinner's Club." Studying God's Word is my joy. I want you to understand that there is nothing greater than a life given to Him. All that is written for us is a gift given to us by the Holy Spirit, and He uses these things to build His Kingdom in our hearts. I encourage you to make this your passion as well.

One thought on “Change (for the Unchangeable?)”

  1. Time with Him is indeed the only spiritual growth hormone there is. You can’t manufacture your own growth. People put on a facade sometimes, but those really mature in Christ exude him because that’s where they’ve invested themselves.

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