Jan 6, 2023
We all have plenty of opportunities to be jealous of others—even in church life or ministry. True peace is when we are content with God’s will for our life or ministry and do not strive to be someone else. Ishmael and Isaac, Esau and Jacob, and Joseph and his brothers all struggled with jealousy and rivalry. But both Jacob and Joseph bring it to an end by learning an important principle. We all need to learn to accept God’s will for our life and bloom where we are planted!
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