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If Christ had stayed in his comfort zone, he would have never left heaven to become the helpless babe in the manger and the suffering Savior on the cross. Philippians 2:6-8 (NIV) Who, being in very nature God, did … Continue reading
A meeting opened with prayer, and I had a problem: the person praying did so in his native language. I impatiently crossed my arms and tapped my toe (spiritually, not literally), waiting for the real action to begin. I … Continue reading
Paul, who endured much suffering for the sake of his ministry, asked believers to pray for him. Ephesians 6:19 (MSG) Pray that I’ll know what to say and have the courage to say it at the right time, telling the … Continue reading
This was the question: How do you feel about this church? Round the table came the answers, each one a version of “I feel comfortable here.” Till it was my turn. We were comparative newcomers to the congregation. Folks were … Continue reading
I doubt that Alexander Maclaren (1826-1910) ever heard the phrase comfort zone. He did, however, understand how to get out of it. “Only he who can say, ‘The Lord is the strength of my life’ can say, ‘Of whom shall … Continue reading
People know that I pray. Sometimes they ask me to pray for them. One of those times, God nudged me, Do it. Now. I got up from my desk and walked out of my comfort zone. I put my … Continue reading