Mondays are the day of the week when I meet with other sisters in Christ to hear the word, share the word, learn the word, and fellowship. I look forward to Mondays because of the opportunity to be with these ladies. I’ve chosen them and they have chosen me, well that last one may be that they are just stuck with me cause I show up! 🙂
You may have guessed that the topic for this week’s session was “Chosen”. (Mirror Mirror by Susan Senechal) We made our way through 1 Samuel by visiting chapters 16, 17, 18 while in Exodus, chapters 4 and 7. There were others too but Deuteronomy 7:6 is the mirror message for the week and it reminds us that GOD CHOSE US!
Our Lord chose us although we are sinners.
We tend to forget Him daily, weekly, and 40 seconds after worship on occasion. We talk of others, complain about our life, envy the neighbor’s nice things, and forget those in need while we drink our Starbucks coffee.
The Lord continues to choose us and love us as we ask for forgiveness. Just as He forgave Aaron in the bible. He sent his Son to die for our sins, even though we were not worthy. He cares for us even when we do not deserve it.
Although it’s about our salvation, being chosen is something that brings a good feeling to my life. Whether it’s in bible study group, on the playground, at our workplace, in a club, or even in our own earthly family, it creates a security within us. Who wouldn’t want to feel secure? The ultimate security is the fact that our Lord has provided for us eternal life!
I challenge you (and myself) to extend to another this week the feeling of being chosen. No we can not give what our Lord did but we can lead others to the same rea
Allow the Lord to guide you and bring the Word into someone else’s life. It can be done casually or structured. Don’t close the door on feeling chosen. God chose us, let’s share that with others, shall we?
Grace is a gift,