“Whoever can be trusted with very little can also be trusted with much, and whoever is dishonest with very little will also be dishonest with much. (Luke 16:10)
Monotony. Jesus existed in the same human monotony that we do. He lived the same repetitive structure that we live in, whilst he was on earth. Today, let’s let the daily routine lead us to worship, instead of bogging us down. Let us realize that we are being spiritually formed in the day to day, not the spectacular. Let our habits reveal to us our objects of worship, and our faithfulness in the ordinary LEAD US to the extraordinary.
The habits we form, show us how we will be formed. Discipline brings about spiritual formation, and how we react in the small things demonstrates how we will react in the larger things of life. So, let’s let long-lines, whiny kids, sick babies, challenging co-workers, and unexpected annoyances form us into Christ-likeness. The truth is extraordinary things are BUILT and fostered by the repetition of a kind word, abiding love, and a joyful heart.