Jeremiah 22.1-23.20; 2 Thessalonians 1.1-12; Psalm 82.1-8; Proverbs 25.9-10
Timely advice… valid criticism… trustworthy messengers. All simple moments, yet if we listen to them, able to bring us not only joy, but also good direction. When have you received timely advice that seemed like an apple of gold, a great treasure?
God asks his leaders to be fair-minded and just. Doesn’t seem too much to ask, does it? Then why do we often need to be reminded of this truth?
How is the name of Jesus honored through how you live?
When have you cried out to God, asking him not be silent? How did the situation resolve itself?
How disappointing are clouds that appear, yet bring no rain? Why does the proverb writer use this analogy?