Today's encouragement comes from Micah 6:8, where we read these great words:
"He has shown you, O man, what is good; and what does the LORD require of you but to do justly, to love mercy, and to walk humbly with your God?"
Sometimes the Christian life can be made to seem so busy and cluttered: "Be sure to pray; be sure to read your Bible; be sure to evangelize; be sure to serve others, etc." And though all these things are good (obviously), some-times we just need to relax and say, "Just *what* is it that You want me to *be* and *do*, Lord?"
Today's Micah text (above) pretty much answers that question. God wants us to live in Jesus, by faith. When we do this, we *will* do "justly," "love mercy," and "walk humbly with our God." Let's concentrate on Christ today. He will make us what He wants us (His church) to be.
[Puritan quote of the day: "God is infinitely greater than kings. He is universal King of heaven and earth, the absolute Sovereign of all things.” —Jonathan Edwards, in his sermon, "The Warnings of Scripture"]