2-Minute Multiplier: Slow to Learn
Sometimes it takes a sledge to soften my heart to God’s wisdom.
I was reminded of this while reading Hebrews 5: “We have much to say about this, but it is hard to explain because you are slow to learn.” – v 11
Which of these are you slow to learn?
– That God always provides.
– That God’s people are never perfect.
– That the Holy Spirit still works miracles today.
– That Satan and His demons still wreak havoc today.
– That Jesus really knows what it’s like to live in my shoes.
– That suffering and loss may be due to my disobedience, but not always.
– That my expectations for others often flow from my personal shortcomings.
– That to grasp God, I need to grasp both His everlasting holiness and His unconditional love.
– That “Love the LORD your God with all your heart, soul and mind, and love your neighbor as yourself,” is a framework for life that really works.
– That faith is fundamentally a relationship between God and me, not simply something I do.
– That success and Jesus are not identical twins, but neither are they enemies.
– That humility defined Jesus’ life and defines the life of a Christ-follower.
– That’s God’s grace for me is the daily constant that fills my soul.
– That faith is meant to be experienced, not just understood.
– That faith is maintained by the Holy Spirit in me.
– That the entirety of the Bible points to Jesus.
– That Jesus never skips town.
Where could you use a sledge today?