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Sunday thoughts on Ephesians 4:25-5:2 Unimaginable Transformed: living a life of love
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thought for the day
18 months ago, my income dropped by 75% and I recognised over the ensuing months, that automatic inclination within myself of ‘battening down the hatches’ and withdrawing from all unnecessary expenditure. It was important to spend time with God to gain His peace and assurance that as I continued to tithe with what income I was receiving, He would, as always continue to meet all my needs – which He has done faithfully.
I don’t think Jesus was alluding to the amount of money which was being put in the alms box in today’s reading but more about the hearts and inner thoughts of the people. He singled out the poor widow, not to embarrass but to commend her for her utter dependence on God’s provision. As she gave what she had, I imagine she did so in the knowledge that God would continue to sustain her.
There is something so incredibly joyful and humbling to be at that place where we rely totally on God, not only in monetary terms, but in every area of our life. God can and longs to meet with us in the pain of bereavement, fears of loved ones not being well, the anxieties of family members on the front line in the NHS or other vital services, the enforced isolation and silence along with the loss of routines and purpose. This period of lockdown period doesn’t have to resemble an endurance test but can be an opportunity to go deeper into a relationship with our Heavenly Father who delights to meet with us.
Prayer: Father, thank you that you know our needs and you are our Faithful Provider, help us to stay close to you and to drink daily from your well of living water. Amen
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