We can learn a lot about life from turkey hunting. One of those things is that sin usually comes in the form of something familiar to us. Sin will creep up in things that look familiar as a way to make us stray from what we know is right. Like a turkey walking right into a hunter’s sights, it deceives us.
One thing I love about the outdoors is that you can never learn all there is to know about nature. It’s wild, free, untamed, and unpredictable. You know, that’s the same reason I love God’s Word.
If you knew something that could save someone’s life, would you tell them? In a matter of life or death, could you speak up?
God loves to provide, we just don’t like to ask.
Have you ever felt like you were outnumbered, outgunned, and defenseless? Find hope in knowing you don’t have to face your enemies alone.
When Biblical principles don’t match up to our cultural or political beliefs, how do we determine which to lean into? Are we still His followers when His worldview conflicts with ours?
Jesus tells a man that has been healed, “Your cleansed and obedient life, not your words, will bear witness to what I have done.” Can people tell that you’ve been healed? Or do they have to just take your word for it?
This is possibly the biggest question we will ever face, because who He is determines who WE are. And that changes everything.
I encourage you to make Bible reading, journaling, and prayer a regular practice. Luke 5:16 tells us that even Jesus took time alone to pray and seek the Father, and He did it often.