Faith, Fitness

Daily Dig: 3/20/21

Scripture: Luke 3

When we’re saved we have the Holy Spirit inside us who produces good fruits in our lives (love, joy, peace, etc. Galatians 5:22-23), but John the Baptist was preaching to people before Jesus was crucified and before the Holy Spirit came to stay in believers.

He was preaching repentance: turn from sin and produce good fruits.

They asked, “What then shall we do?”

John’s answer:

“Whoever has two tunics is to share with him who has none, and whoever has food is to do likewise.”

Luke 3:11

So simple, and it can apply to us today.

If you don’t know what to do, be kind. If you’re trying to find the will of God, love others. If you want good fruit in your life, repent from your sins, submit to the Spirit, and share what you have with others.

Walk the walk.

Journal: Write a prayer and ask God to help you not hinder the work of the Spirit so that good fruits can be produced in your life.

Move: Here’s something from pinterest you can do at home. It will complement your running habit:

And this:

Praise the Lord, and keep showing up.

1 thought on “Daily Dig: 3/20/21”

  1. I think I grew up in a different society when sharing was so widely practiced. You cook something special, you take it to your Neighbor/BF, call them to stop by and enjoy some. You buy something special, you share it with your closest, especially food wise. Friends would help each other with larger projects, you’d not hire for that. They’d look out for eachother’s property. And these are non Christians. Christians even more so. The Community ties were much stronger than that here, but I think that’s happening mostly in poorer countries. US allows us to be self sufficient and there’s no more need to have friends to help. You can afford to hire/buy that tool. In Romania, many times, that was just not possible.

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