Many have such a skewed understanding of who God is and what God wants that we are sometimes swayed from the truth of the gospel. Is our goal to feel happy and just be good? Perhaps we have been created to be something so much more than that and this is what Paul was talking about with the Romans; don’t worship what you do not know, worship the one you know who loves you. What god(s) are you worshiping instead of the king? What would help you during this time to refocus on Jesus or deepen your devotion that you might know him better?
We are easily distracted from our focus on God’s plan and will for our lives. Like the Romans, we may be worshiping an “unknown” god or allowing the world to pull us away form worship of the living God. This season of isolation is a good time to reorient yourself and your priorities.
“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much” ~Helen Keller
Let us gather our gifts together and offer them to
God and the church in gratitude and praise.
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