Communion Meditation: The Source of Our Strength

Samson used his strength both to please God and to dishonor him. This is a sign that what we consider to be our greatest strength can become our weakness. We need to always consider the source of our strength and what purpose God has in using our strength. When Samson took his eyes off his God, he lost sight of why God had strengthened him. He had strengthened him to be a light to the nations. Similarly, we are called to embrace a similar view of life. Our strength, our gifts, can only be used as they should as long as we trust God to guide us. This table helps to re-orient our attention to the source of our strength. At this table, we find that Christ is the one who satisfies our thirst and hunger.

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About Uri Brito

I am the Pastor of Providence Church (CREC) in Pensacola, Fl.
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