In Touch Daily Devotions 15 February 2022 || Our Way or God’s Way
In Touch Daily Devotions 15 February 2022 By Dr. Charles Stanley, Tuesday Message
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TOPIC: Our Way or God’s Way
TODAY’S SCRIPTURE: Exodus 2:11-25
In Touch Daily Devotions 15 February 2022 MESSAGE
Whenever challenges arise, there are two ways to respond—God’s way or our way. In today’s passage, we see what happened when Moses took matters into his own hands. Although his motives were pure—namely, the relief of his peoples’ suffering—his method was wrong. Moses …
• Focused on the difficulty instead of the Lord. How often have you and I done the very same thing? If the unfairness or pain of a situation grabs our attention, we can lose sight of our all-powerful God.
• Relied on his own strength and understanding. When a problem confronts us, the most natural response is to do whatever we can to make it right. Our way may seem so logical at the time, but it won’t accomplish God’s purposes.
• Acted impulsively instead of waiting on the Lord. If a situation seems urgent, fixing the problem as fast as possible easily becomes our top priority.
At some point, we’ve acted similarly and suffered the consequences of self-reliance. But God didn’t reject Moses or cancel His plans for the man. Instead, the Lord refined his character through trials and gave him another chance. Don’t you think our loving Father will do the same for us?
BIBLE IN ONE YEAR: Numbers 20-22
THOUGHT FOR TODAY: In tough situations, we’re often tempted to rely on our own logic and strength, but God’s way is best.
In Touch Daily Devotions 15 February 2022 By Dr. Charles Stanley. He is the senior pastor of First Baptist Church Atlanta and founder of In Touch Ministries, both located in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Stanley’s heart’s desire is to get the gospel to “as many people as possible, as quickly as possible, as clearly as possible, as irresistibly as possible, through the power of the Holy Spirit to the glory of God.
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