God is always relatable

I am studying/ reading through Deuteronomy. I have been wanting to get into the Old Testament and I felt called to start here. It’s amazing to me how thousands of years later I can still relate this book to my life and the world we are living in today. Moses’ people were called out of Egypt ┬áin order to be blessed by God and then sent into new lands to testify, proclaim God’s name, to honor Him above all things and to not make pagan idols of animals or manly statues. But how often do we see that in our world today? People making idols of money, cars, jobs, celebrities, and shaming God’s name in the process. People make idols of anything and sometimes place it higher than God in their opinion but in Deut. 4:24 it says, “For the Lord your God is a devouring fire, a jealous God.” He is not going to just back down. He wants us all for Himself and He created us and freely gave His love, son and redemption to us. The least we can do is honor Him with our lives and hold Him above anything else. The least we can do is receive His blessings with open arms and share His love with all we come in contact with. As a missionary, God calls me to new and foreign lands (could just be Atlanta) just like the people of Egypt to share His love. I say YES to the call! My heart gets fired up when I think about the radical love it will take for secular worldy people to have a conversion of heart. Watching God move in such a way is a miracle.

Lord, I praise you and thank you for your jealous love that has pulled me away from the ways of this world so many times but continues to love me.

Deut 7:6

This book is sooooo amazing and I can still relate to it today. God is always relatable!

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