Comparing The Hunger Games to David and Goliath is odd. Yet, the two main characters share the same fight – only one shares faith.
This is what I learned: not just about how scary poop is to a toddler… But about perseverance and how there needs to be suffering to get to hope.
Earth is temporary to our eternal home in heaven. So, instead of fearing the unknowns we need to believe in what we do know in Christ.
Even when evil arises and people are disobedient – God’s plans still prevail. Let’s be faithful to God even when we are fearful of the unknowns.
Each moment is an opportunity to serve God and it is better for us to strive to serve than to strive at all. This way our life is not vain.
The world is filled with fear of what ifs. God calls us to fight with faith of what is. The difference is in our knowledge of Christ and what He says is.
My faith is like a race car driver on the track. So often in need of a pit stop to recharge my pace. My God is my start line and my finish line. How I race starts and ends with Him.