April 21 “Care and feeding of prodigals”

How are you responding to your prodigal? Are you helping or hindering?

And what about you … Are you a talker or a doer? Talking about God isn’t living for God. Talking about winning souls isn’t sharing the Gospel. Talking about prayer isn’t prayer.


Today’s Readings:
Judges 7 & 8
Psalm 49.10-20
Proverbs 14.22-24

Judges 7 & 8:

Gideon’s 300

“But God has chosen the foolish things of the world to put to shame the wise, and God has chosen the weak things of the world to put to shame the things which are mighty” (1 Cor. 1.27). We see the truthfulness of that verse in the story of Gideon. It would seem like foolishness to send 32,000 men home and keep only 300 to fight an enemy who were “as numerous as locusts” and who had “camels without number.”

When we feel the weakest and the least able, or even foolish in comparison to some people, who are full of the world’s wisdom, that’s when God can use us in the greatest way if we will trust Him to direct us. Continue reading