When it comes to any part of our lives, we can’t keep our foot on the accelerator forever. If you’ve ever seen an interview by a stunt-car driver they pretty much all say the same thing: they have fun on their job because they get to drive a car without thinking about the consequences. Wreck it? Get another one. Never let off the gas all day and burn up the motor? Get another one. While God is definitely a God of second chances, our lives still don’t “reset” that easily. So how do we serve God as much as we should without burning out?
I Corinthians 9: 19-23
I want you to ask yourself, “When I make a change to my life that honors God, what do I expect to see as a result?”
My first concern is that it can take months or years before we admit we are wrong and need to change. But once that change occurs, do we allow our expectations to create a no-win scenario that pushes us back into our previous way of life? Or at least keeps us from moving forward.
As we look at the conversion of Saul, try to envision the people around him and their reactions.
Acts 9: 1-31
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