A few weeks later and feeling only slightly more proficient than before, we discovered a couple of things that I could do fairly well. I remember the exact morning that I realized I was glad that I hadn’t given up that day. “You know, Meg,” the trainer started. “You came in pretty unassuming, but you’re a strong girl.”
Most times, our strength shines the most brightly during moments of frustrating weakness. When we think we’ve failed. When we fall short.
(God) told me,
My grace is enough; it’s all you need.
My strength comes into its own in your weakness. (2 Cor. 12:9-10, Msg.)
This week, may our religious beliefs be unassuming, but our acts of faith speak for themselves.
- Have you ever failed?
- What lesson did you learn?
- Did God show you that you had a different kind of strength?