Moving on can be fearful and uncertain but it can also be useful for growth. However, we allow ourselves to get so beaten down that we wonder if we should even go on and, in the process, we resist trusting God. We need to push aside this fear and not be shackled by what we were. Instead, we need to learn to forgive ourselves and press on to be who God made us to be.
Exodus 14:10- 16
Moving on can be fearful and scary. We have outgrown our current facility and moving on to somewhere else that can provide room for growth.
Numbers 13: 26-30
There are two kinds of people in the world. The ones that see all the reasons why we can’t and those who see all the reasons why we can. Fear is an imprisoning factor of how we live our lives. Even with all the bad reports that came back about the land Caleb and Joshua thought differently, they felt like despite the challenges they can possess the land.
When we don’t like what is being said to us we want a new leader. We can use the idea of fear to prevent us from moving on. We’ve to learn to behave in a way that brings glory to God because at the foot of the cross we are all the same.
Joshua 14: 10-12
Whenever there is a need we should see it and help, not wait on someone else to do it.
Philippians 3: 12-14
Allow our past to embrace our future and our present. We have to learn to forgive ourselves, Christ as already forgiven us. We need to figure out how we can live our Christian lives during COVID.