Take a Seat

Daniel Esposito
Psalm 110:1 “The LORD said unto my Lord, Sit thou at my right hand, until I make thine enemies thy footstool.”

This passage presents us with a truth that opposes our natural inclination. As men, we often find value and purpose in our ability to solve problems and overcome challenges. However, this verse reminds us of the importance of first sitting before God before standing to solve problems. This is how we find strength in God's power rather than relying solely on our own abilities.
Instead of immediately jumping into action to fix our problems, God invites us to sit at His right hand. If we rest at home, He will be the means to solve our problems!
When faced with challenges, our first instinct may be to take matters into our own hands, relying solely on ourselves. However, this passage reminds us that true strength lies in our willingness to sit before God, acknowledge His sovereignty, and invite Him to take control.
Sitting before standing does not imply laziness or inactivity. Rather, it is an act of humility, recognizing that our strength and wisdom are limited, while God's power is limitless. By sitting before Him, we position ourselves to receive His guidance, wisdom, and strength to face the problems that come our way.
As men, it is vital to remember that our identity and worth are not solely tied to our problem-solving abilities. Our true value lies in our relationship with God and willingness to depend on Him. When we sit before Him, we acknowledge He has the ultimate power, and our strength comes from Him!

Daniel Esposito

Born in a pastor's home, Daniel has been in church his whole life. He met his wife Cassi while enrolled at PBBC. They have one sweet daughter, Ivory, and a baby on the way. He serves as a bus captain, school and college teacher, the soul winning director, and helps with various other church ministries.

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