Interruptions are fertile ground for miracles. Take time to stop and say, “God loves you, and I love you, too.” Pray with people, serve them in some special way, or meet a specific need. That’s how we share the love of Jesus.
In John 15:5, Jesus instructs us to remain in Him and we will bear much fruit. In other words, it’s our job to be aware of His presence and stay constantly connected with Him. It’s God’s job to use us according to His will and bring fruitfulness to our lives.
Nehemiah is an example of someone with a dislocated heart – a broken heart that was compelled to act and carry out the will of God. Nehemiah responded to God’s call to leave his position of affluence and rebuild the walls around Jerusalem.