When Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s baby is born next spring, it will automatically be royalty.
But it won’t know that. At least not at first.
Sometimes we think we have to know everything before we can do something.
But as believers, it’s more about who we belong to than how much we know.
So do you know enough already?
Here are our three questions of the day:
(1) How often did you visit your grandparents when you were a child?
(2) How far back can you trace your family of origin?
(3) “But I don’t know enough yet!” Have you ever said that to God when he wanted you to do something? How did it work out?
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What are your answers? Please share in the comments.
(1) We lived in Alabama and my grandparents lived in Mississippi. For awhile we drove there every 6 weeks to visit, but less as we got older.
(2) My siblings have a family tree somewhere. I only know names back to some of my great-grandparents.
(3) I say that to God probably every week about something. I never think I know enough. Then I tell him, “Okay, I’ll just show up—but you have to do the rest!” and it usually works out pretty good.
- When “I Don’t Know” Is Good
We’ll never have all the answers. Is this ever good? Should we make peace with uncertainty and “I don’t know”?
- Are You Good Enough to Witness?
Wouldn’t I be a better advertisement for Jesus if I could get it all together? Then I remember: I am not the point. I am only the pointer. It’s about Jesus.
- When You’re Not Sure
When you’re not sure, don’t be so scared of being wrong that you do nothing. Even if you make a poor decision, God’s grace can redeem it.
I’m writing at Do Not Depart today. Will you join me there? Do you already know enough?
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