Follow up on the Isaiah 41 challenge
How has doing this Isaiah 41 Challenge helped or challenged you? I must admit I didn’t do my best and skipped a number of days. It was hard to that we went on vacation. But enough excuses I guess I will have to work on my self-discipline. When I did read what I was supposed to many times it was very comforting and encouraging, especially the section that talks about how God has chosen us and how even though we are small, and we are sinners, and are not worth very much in anyone elses eyes God cares. We are worth much in his sight. Oh how we do not deserve this. At all. This section and other parts of the Bible have helped me especially when I feel like I’ve messed up and can’t be who God wants me to be; but that is not at all true! God wants me to be just who I am, he may not have gifted me with specific things such as an always serving heart, or the right words to say at the right time but he has gifted me in other things. What has he gifted you in? Now, remember, it is a gift we didn’t do anything to get it or deserve it. All we have to do it our best and…
Isaiah 41:17 NIV Study Bible The poor and needy search for water, but there is none; their tongues are parched with thirst. But I the Lord will answer them; I the God of Israel, will not forsake them.
Keep reading! As you read from there through verse 20 you will see that God will provide, all he asks is that we do our part… He will do the rest! Oh, what a relief and Oh, what a joy!
How did the Isaiah 41 challenge affect you? How has God been working in your life, even apart from the Isaiah 41 challenge? We would love to hear from you! Just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.