As Christians, we all have difficult seasons in our lives where things don’t seem to ever be working out. We know God hears us but we’re still struggling. You may be in a pruning season. What is it and how do we know?
Our worst days with Jesus are better than our best days apart from Him. Life in Christ is fighting from the victory He’s already secured for us since the day that death died. The goodness of God is always present. He’s our Hope for tomorrow and our Truth for today.
Christmas is a reminder that God has given us a life on the love letter of Jesus. Our Hope for the world comes from outside of it. He’s our Hope for tomorrow and our Truth for today. He’s our Peace. Our Light in the darkness. And He is with us.
As the Lord has forgiven you, so you also must forgive. Forgiveness doesn’t always come easy or natural, but it’s what God calls us to do. We’re carriers of His greatest gift — love through forgiveness.
Humanity was defeated and it seemed like sin had won. But then Jesus reset the scene and changed the game forever. Death from this body is only temporary. Because Jesus rose and lives, so now can we. Today we can say, death has been defeated.
To one it represents the finished work of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on the cross to atone for our sins. To another, it represents the extent of the love of God for mankind. To yet another, it represents our path to life everlasting. Yet, when we recognize that the Resurrection does not refe
What the resurrection means for us today is that we still have Hope in Jesus Christ. That just as God raised Him from the dead, no matter how bad the situations of life may look to us — there is still that Hope and possibility that everything will be alright. We walk by Faith and not by sight.