The King of kings came to seeking sinners. Sinners like me and like you. That is why He came – he came seeking sinners to call them to repentance.
In these days with the pandemic called Coronavirus, our live scan feel just as turbulent as the force of a hurricane. It seems as if minute by minute, news report by news report, information changes and our lives are completely altered.
How many times do we pray about something and give up praying just before God answers the prayer? Maybe a few days, a few months, a year and then we just assume that God isn’t going to answer the prayer or the matter we are praying about we assume isn’t His will and we move on in life. Maybe we are left feeling disappointed or hurt or angry. Maybe we start to question if God listens when we pray.
How persistent are you when you are praying and asking God for something? God never gets tired of us asking Him to meet our needs.
Although God found Noah “perfect in his generation,” it does not mean Noah was sinless. Rather he could be said to be wholesome, godly, and honorable, obedient to God. And God found him as righteous. But for the people in Noah’s day, not so much.