We follow Jesus better when we follow him together. But sometimes, it’s good to go on a solo quest or play on single player mode. Even Jesus spent time away from the crowds, even away from his own Twelve, to focus on conversation and prayer with his Father.
Sometimes the Spirit will lead you into the wilderness. And sometimes it’s good just to get away. It’s always important to stay connected to other followers who can point you to Jesus and his love for you. And once in a while, it’s good to be in the presence of the Most High all by yourself …
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- Noticing Your Emotions, with JesusBy Justin Rossow Emotions are simply part of who we are as human beings; which means our emotions are “beautifully and wonderfully made,” and part of a fallen creation, both at the same time. Biblically speaking, the heart can be deceitful or misleading; but it can also be the place where God dwells or the Spirit takes up residence. So–kind ofContinue reading “Noticing Your Emotions, with Jesus”