Spiritual Practices: Hopeful Future (Joy- Luke 24:33)

“It is true! The Lord has risen.” -Luke 24:33

Living generously whether it is expressed with our time or our money is one way to acknowledge our trust in God’s future provision. 

Consider making a gift of time or money to an organization or individual you care about.  It could be volunteering at your church, child’s school, or a local non-profit organization.  Maybe you can commit to helping a family member or neighbor on a regular basis. 

Stepping out generously can be scary, but it is also an act of faith and hope that God will provide the time or money you need to fulfill your promise.

We hope this brings you some comfort and joy! You can spread the joy by liking, commenting and sharing this post with others. Be sure to subscribe and never miss a post.

Some Comfort and Joy was developed as a devotional resource that follows the rhythms and seasons of the liturgical year from an Anabaptist-Mennonite perspective.

Published by Gwen Lantz

Stay-at-home-Jill-of-all-trades I am hoping to create connections with people and the world around me, while being creatively engaged in what is happening right in front of my nose!

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