This week, we focus our attention on the willingness to pay the price. We observed that the price could be money, time, activities etc that one gives out in order to get something (prize). It became clear that God paid the price of giving His only beloved Son, Christ. Jesus Christ also paid a price for our salvation through a painful death on the cross. In addition, we understand that our willingness to pay the price determines whether or not we get what we want.
Finally, we discussed that we should be willing to pay prices in every aspect of our lives such as spiritual, physical, socio-emotional, and cognitive. Physically, we should be willing to pay prices such as regular exercise and good eating habits to promote good health. Socio-emotionally, we should be willing to pay a price of living in peace and harmony with all by striving to interact in healthy and compassionate ways.
Cognitively, we should be willing to pay a price to grow in our ability to reason and solve problems. And spiritually, we should be willing to pay a price to grow in our walk with the Lord. May we receive abundant grace to be willing to pay the price in all circumstances.