Daily Reading: Acts 3:1-26
In Acts 3, we witness a man who had been lame from birth, carried daily to the temple's gate. But one day, everything changed. Through the touch of Peter and John, his life was transformed. This story reminds us that even in our most stagnant circumstances, renewal is possible.
Like the man at the gate, we too can become accustomed to our limitations. We may find comfort in the familiar, even if it holds us back. But today, let's open our hearts to renewal. Let's identify areas in our lives that need a fresh touch—the habits that hinder our growth, the fears that paralyze us, and the doubts that hold us captive.
Renewal begins with a willingness to let go of what no longer serves us. It's about daring to step beyond the confines of our comfort zones and embracing the unknown. Just as the man at the gate had to stand up and walk, we too must take those first steps toward change.
As we journey together, let's pray for the courage to embrace renewal. May we recognize that transformation is not just a distant hope; it's a present reality waiting to unfold. In the days ahead, let Acts chapter 3 remind us that our lives can be touched by divine renewal, and our hearts can be set free to walk a new path.
Prayer: Lord, Help me to see where you would have me step out in faith. Renew my body and my spirit. As I lean forward in hope, give me the renewal that turns my faith in you, into action.
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