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…and all that is mine is yours

This morning in church, Pastor Steve talked about the relationship between the prodigal son, the father, and the older brother from Luke 15. It stuck me that at times, I have been guilty of being the older brother. I’ve had times when I would be in a desert and I would see God actively at work in someone else’s life. I’ve looked at God and said “Hey, have you forgotten me?” And in essence he responds “Son, you are always with me, and all that is mine is yours.” When I understand that God is always with me and that all that is his is mine, it should radically transform the way I view my situation.

And he said to him, “Son, you are always with me, and all that is mine is yours.” Luke 15:31, ESV

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