Service should come from the heart, not from the head. That’s why God gives us spiritual gifts—because He knows what the church needs. – His Perfect Choice, Aminata Coote
Are you using your gifts for God?
Please take a minute to actually think about this.
Sometimes, when we serve in the church, we simply fill an empty position or work where there’s a need.
There’s nothing wrong with that—in the short run. But God gave the members of the church the spiritual gifts each local congregation needs.
The best thing we can do for our local church is utilize persons in their areas of giftedness. Only then will we become the church God intended.
Here’s another thing: sometimes, our service comes from a place of obligation.
We serve, not because we’re passionate about the local church and want to use our gifts for God, but because it’s the “right” thing to do.
My friend, God doesn’t need us to do anything for Him. It’s a privilege and an honor to partner with Him in the ministry of the church.
I encourage you this week to take a moment to think about your service. Are you serving from the head or from the heart?
About His Perfect Choice
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He’s loved her from a distance, but she’s too blind to see it. Can he prove that he’s the man of her dreams?
Jessica Smith has always prided herself on being in control. But when her vision of being the perfect pastor’s wife falls apart, she’s forced to confront her vulnerability. As she battles weakness and fatigue, she attributes it to a stubborn cold until a diagnosis of Guillain-Barré Syndrome shakes her world. Determined to overcome the illness, she’s thrown into a challenging journey with her physical therapist, Andre Meyers.
Andre has been in love with Jessica for years but watched her chase after someone who didn’t know she existed. When he’s assigned as her therapist, Andre sees this as a chance to show her how much she means to him. As they work together, they must confront their past and discover that God can use brokenness to create a beautiful ending.
Will they take a chance on each other and find their happily ever after? Find out in this heartwarming tale of hope, faith, and second chances.