On this side of the cross, there is restoration and healing for every mistake.
The power of the resurrection should touch every area of your life.
What everyone in the story thought Jesus was dying for and what he actually was dying for were two separate things. Jesus was not on the cross to save himself – he was on the cross to save YOU.
Every person should respond to regret with repentance for these reasons: Unresolved regret can harden your soul to death. Unresolved regret can make you feel constantly condemned.
What does the intensity and consistency of your affection reveal about what you value? The worth of Jesus and the intensity of our affection for Him should match.
In our brokenness, we can find comfort because: Jesus speaks hope to the broken. Jesus weeps with those who mourn. Jesus raises the dead to life.
If you haven’t heard His call, maybe you’ve been listening to the wrong voices.
Are you helping others see Jesus more clearly? Live lives that open eyes.
Out of your inner life, your outer life is lived. You don’t just need Jesus the day you die. You need him every day between now and then.
Physical sickness is bad. Spiritual sickness is worse.