This next installment of our devotional series by church leaders, for church leaders, comes from Andrew Tate, Lead Pastor of Friendship Church. He walks us through the story of Naaman and Elisha from 2nd Kings 5, which shows us how when we are frustrated when God doesn’t work the way we expect him to, we can release control. He encourages us with the phrase, “when tempted to rage, let it be a trigger to release.” We serve a God whose ways are far beyond what we can ask or imagine, so allow your discomfort with his movements to push us into further surrender and trust in him.
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