Most of us don’t enjoy change. We like what we are used to, what is comfortable, and what we think is best for us. But that can adversely impact our lives and our relationship with the Lord. And when He is doing a fresh work, our ability to discern and follow that will be determined by our love for Him and trust that His way is always right. In Acts 10, as the Gospel continued to the Gentiles, both Cornelius and Peter needed their thinking changed to be used in powerful ways. Their example of fearing the Lord and moving toward what He was doing challenges us to see change as exciting rather than intimidating.