1 Timothy 3:4-5 – In the next couple of verses, we see that the way a prospective elder manages their household, and the state of their family life is an aspect that must be observed when judging whether or not they qualify. (See also Titus 1:6) 1 Timothy 3:4a - “He must be one who manages his own household…
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JEREMIAH SERIES - Behind the Scenes
Adjusting our expectations is an important and emotionally intelligent skill to have. We can warn others of the need to lower their expectations, or we sense a need to manage our own. But as a follower of Jesus, our expectations need to create space for God's surprises. Our expectations direct our attempting... the actions that move us into God's future. If we have no expectations of change, we will not attempt much. Expecting comes before attempting. Join us this Sunday at 10 AM!