The journey the "Wise men" from the East took to worship the Christ child is similar to the journey that we each take in coming to Him.
Let us be willing to re-examine how we worship God, be open to removing barriers to worship and demonstrate our faith in worship.
Matthew 8:2 KJV
Jesus used a parable that described the misfortunes of a traveler who suffered until he was blessed by a certain Samaritan who came to him. And when he saw him, he had compassion on him.
Understand the importance of your presence when someone reaches out in time of sorrow.
God's Word is not like any other book. It is eternal, omnipotent and alive.
God is not only mindful of our relationship with Him on an individual basis but He is also mindful of how we relate to him as collective group, and He is concerned with our soul as a nation.
When it comes to asking the things that you need or want from the Lord, our question should be: Am I willing to go that far?
Before the 10th and final plague was unleashed, God instructed Moses to tell the people of Israel to do something that would not only ensure their safety from the plague but also cause them to thrive as they sheltered in place.
God does not give us more than we can bear.