Wednesday, June 2
Stop That Jump
Acts 28:1-10 After we were brought safely through, we then learned that the island was called Malta...
think about it.
What are some hallmarks of hospitality? How do you show hospitality to people in your life?
Do you ever jump to conclusions and then find out after the fact that you're wrong? Yeah, me too, and it makes me feel stupid, not to mention, irritated after the fact. So seeing the Maltese people jump to wrong conclusions twice in Acts 28:1-10 (Paul must be a murderer and then Paul must be a god) was a good reminder to me about the importance of not relying on my own understanding.
So what are some things we can do to help us stop jumping to our own conclusions? How can we make sure we're approaching our day with the mind of Christ rather than the mind of ________ (put your name here)? Tami W.
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