In today’s reading, the apostle Paul outlines some tenets of trust for all who believe in Jesus Christ.
Am I confident in the Lord, no longer clinging to this earthly life (v. 6)? At some point in the Christian life, we long for heaven.
Do I choose to live by...

Loving God, give us the undying desire to surrender all we are into a trusting relationship with you. May we live out our lives as new creations. Amen.


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Leccionario Semanal
June 11–17, 2018
Generalidades de la Escritura

From a human perspective, we tend to judge people by appearances: how attractive they are, how wealthy they seem to be. God’s standard, however, is not outward appearance but the attitude of the heart. David was the youngest brother in his family, yet God knew his mighty heart and chose him as the next king of Israel. The psalmist declares that God gives victory to those who put their trust in God, not in the outward appearance of might. Jesus reinforces this truth with the parable of the mustard seed. Though the seed appears small, it grows into a robust plant. Paul tells the Corinthians that we should no longer judge people by what we see on the outside, for God changes what really matters—what is on the inside.

Pensamientos de reflexión

• Read 1 Samuel 15:34–16:13. What clear guidance has the Lord given you regarding an area of obedience in your life?
• Read Psalm 20. How has the Lord answered you when you called out during a critical moment in time?
• Read Mark 4:26-34. What prevents you from trusting God to use your testimony to lead others to Jesus Christ?
• Read 2 Corinthians 5:6-17. How does your trust in and obedience to God affect your personal conduct and your attitude toward others?

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