Tell our problems about God – Matthew 17:20

In Draw the Circle, Mark Batterson uses this verse to remind us that there are times when we need to tell our problems about God rather than telling God about our problems. In the COVID-19 pandemic, many are worried that this problem will change how we live forever. Others think it’s all a big scare. In addition to that pandemic, racial tensions continue to escalate. Our world is broken. Our sin broke it. Erwin McManus once said we should fall madly in love with Jesus and then do whatever we want. We’re so in love with ourselves. We do what we want, or we do what we think someone else wants. We try to be our own king, and that caused the fall of man. Our desire to do things our own way broke the world and our relationship with God. But God is powerful. He continues to work his plan. Today, let’s join God in his work by praying and living as if God will win because he already has.

Connect With Follower Of One

Join us over in our Online Community, get social with us; FacebookInstagramTwitter, and LinkedIn and subscribe to our YouTube channel. Listen to our podcast on your way to work and subscribe using your favorite podcast app. Be a part of our next Marketplace Mission Trip!

Liked this post? Share with your friends & coworkers


Keep Going? Check out these related posts

Barb Raveling Podcast Interview

The Importance of Truth Journaling with Barb Raveling, #103

Have you ever thought about truth journaling? On today’s episode of the Follower of One Podcast, we talk to Barb Raveling about renewing your mind, and the importance of truth journaling. Barb Raveling is an author, mentor and coach. She is the author of multiple books and bible studies, including James (Transformational Bible Study), The Renewing of the Mind Project: Going to God for Help with Your Habits, Goals, and Emotions, and Rally: A Personal Growth Bible Study. In this show, Mike and Barb talk about the importance of renewing your mind, and the importance of truth journaling.

Dale Kreienkamp Podcast Interview

Navigating Unemployment As a Believer with Dale Kreienkamp #102

In this week’s episode, Mike speaks with Dale Kreienkamp an author, speaker, consultant and CEO of Thriving Through Transitions. Mike and Dale discuss Dale’s journey as a Christian in the workplace, how to authentically live out your faith and Dale’s new book “How Long, O Lord, How Long?” a devotional for Christians navigating unemployment.