Mommy, Where is Jesus?

Mommy, Where is Jesus? Where is Jesus? My little girl was shouting as she was running around at Christmas time. We had the manger scene set up but baby Jesus was apparently missing.

Do you ever feel like that? Your searching or feeling completely alone and you wonder, where is Jesus? Some major tragedy or disaster strikes your family or your friend or sometimes your entire country and you run around shouting, Where is Jesus? Where was God when I really needed Him?

What are you really looking for? Are you looking for the warm fuzzy feeling? Are you looking for the knight in shining armor to swoop in on a white horse? Were you looking for someone to take it all away?

There are several things you should understand about God and His character. God is perfect Love. God is ALL good. He is perfect in ALL things. God is ALL knowing, ALL powerful, and ALWAYS present.

Let's start at the end and of that awesome list and move backwards. God is always present. He is everywhere. Does He have to show up if we think that we can handle things or take care of things ourselves? No, I still believe that He is able to be everywhere. This does not mean that He is in everything. He is not the spirit of the tree or of the wolf or where ever some may consider spirits to be. However, His spirit can reside in you if you have accepted Him to be Lord of your life.

Next, He is all powerful. I love this story of God's amazing power.
Elijah, a prophet of God was sent to tell the Israelites to stop worshiping idols. Their idols happened to be stone statues. They had been in a famine for three years and they had been praying for rain and nothing was happening (not surprised, neither was Elijah). Elijah comes along and says you have to stop worshiping idols. Then he said, I'll tell you what, you make an alter and pray to your god and I'll make an alter and pray to God and we will see which one answers us. He said whichever God sets fire to their alter is the true God. He built his alter; they built theirs. He poured water all over his alter three times just so they could see it was not anything he was doing. They prayed to their big stones. He prayed to God. All of a sudden fire came down from Heaven. Can you imagine this scene? Everyone standing around waiting for something to happen and fire is pouring from Heaven onto Elijah's alter and burns up the whole thing right down to the water and the rocks. This was obviously my shortened version. To read to whole version check out 1 Kings 18.

Sounds unbelievable, it's not. God is ALL powerful.

God is all knowing, He knows your thoughts, down to the deepest part of your soul (Hebrews 4:12). He knows all you do even in the most secret places and times. He knew you since the beginning of time and knit you in your mother's womb (Psalm 139:13). He knows the plans that He has made for you (Jeremiah 29:11). He knows the number of hairs on your head (Luke 12:7). He knows all that has ever happened and all that will happen.

God is perfect in ALL things (2 Samuel 22:31). He can not do wrong or anything that is evil. God is all Good and does good for all who serve His purposes.

God is perfect love. I didn't just say God is loving or capable of love, He is Love. He is the creator of Love. It is not an ability or an act of Love that He commits or pours out on us. He is enduring Love (1 Chronicles 16:34).

We can relate to this. After all, we are made in His image. We can love someone or something, so we can know the feeling of Love. But God's love, what is called agape love, is perfect love. The most complete love. The unconditional, uninhibited, unending love.

This Love sent His only Son to the cross, to die, and to bear all of our secrets, our shames, our unmentionables to Himself. For one reason, LOVE! (John 3:16)

A love so great that He said I can not be without you any longer, it is time for me to send that ultimate sacrifice so that our relationship can be restored someday to its fullest.

You can continue to go through life and wonder where is Jesus? Where is this God that loves me; or you can make a decision to surrender to Him. Seek Him and His will for your life. Allow Him to restore your separation from Him that He alone can restore.

If you have been searching for answers and feel lost or like you are getting no where in a hurry. Don't wait. Don't wander around anymore wondering where He is.
He loves you. The God of this universe is waiting for you to come to Him and begin your walk and journey with Him.  

I will pray for you this week that you will stop fumbling over a hopeless search and find what you are looking for in Christ alone.

This page is full of Bible reference for you to see that His Word is consistent and true and for you to continue your search on this Almighty God.

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Never Fail Me

Have you ever been stirred awake in the night and all the burdens of life seem to be settling in on you?

There are many let downs in this life. Your family will let you down, your job will let you down. Your kids, your spouse, your friends, your hairstylist, the gas station attendant, the waiter, the clerk at the grocery store, your computer, your phone, your cable company, all these people and things will let you down at some point in your life. You will even let yourself down at some point.

In ALL your pain, hurt and heartache, you can be assured of this; GOD will NEVER fail you, never leave you, never forsake you and never turn away from you.

He will tuck you in His wings. He will cover you with His hand over the cleft of the rock and that hard place that you seem to be stuck in. This Father will spread His arms wide open while you run to Him and He will embrace you with a Love and a peace that surpasses ALL your understanding.

He will take your heavy heart in His hands and He will make your burdens light. You can lay your tired head in His lap and He will give you rest.

If you call Him Father, If you have called Him Lord of your life, He promises you this, He will never leave you, He will never forsake you.

He is constant and consistent in His Word and ALL He says and does and He will NEVER fail you.

Psalm 9:10 Those who know your name trust in you, for you, O LORD, do not abandon those who search for you.

Psalm 36:7 How precious is your unfailing love, O God! All humanity finds shelter in the shadow of your wings.

Exodus 33:22 As My glorious presence passes by, I will hide you in the crevice of the rock and cover you with my hand until I have passed by.

Matthew 11:28 Then Jesus said, "Come to Me, all of you who are weary and carry heavy burdens, and I will give you rest."

Philippians 4:6-7 Don't worry about anything; instead, pray about everything. Tell God what you need, and thank Him for all He has done. Then you will experience God's peace, which exceeds anything we can understand. His peace will guard your hearts and minds as you live in Christ Jesus.

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Have a great weekend.

"Believe In Yourself"

Picture this scene. A man is running down the street through a neighborhood. He is an older man and as the camera scans from head to toe you see that he is really struggling. He is sweating and just pushing his body to the limit. As the camera scans down you see that he has blood dripping from his knees. Your heart may now be skipping a beat with compassion for this man.

Next you see people on the side of the road that are cleaning up and notice him and start cheering him on. As he runs further you see a couple people taking a FINISH sign down from between two trees. When they notice him they pull the sign back up to its position and begin clapping  and cheering him on through to the finish.

As they are gathered around him patting him on the back the picture fades away and these inspiring words appear on the screen as a public notice "Believe in Yourself". Wow! I feel so caught up in the moment that I want to be there cheering that man on as he finishes this really hard race.

Believe in yourself. Right away I am drawn in. I want to believe in myself and believe that I can accomplish great things. This man did and that is what it took and he did it!

Has that message not been given to us over and over through magazines, television, songs, and even down to  that back of our cereal box. Believe and you can achieve. It is all about you. You need to take more time for you so you can be the best you you can be. You, You, You. It is all about you. It is about what you can do for you and in you and through you. A lot of people live according to this self-promoted mantra.

Then the question is, where does God fit in? If life is all about you and what you can do and achieve in your own power, where do you fit a Savior into all of you? Some people may think that is an easy question with an easy answer. You simply say, I don't or I give Him me on Sunday or the holidays. I do a five minute devotional in the morning. I listen to Christian talk shows on the way to work. All kinds of answers easily flow from our mouths.

Personally, I am a go getter. If I want something, I make attempts at getting it. If I want answers, I'll ask a lot of questions and I will keep asking right on up the chain until my question is answered and my problem is solved.

But is that what God always wants of me? Does He want me to do things in my own power and believing in myself and what I can do, or does he want me to call on his strength and power to accomplish things?

In reality, believing in yourself completely contradicts the Word of God. We are to believe in God. Only He can save and rescue us from the bondage of sin. He alone can give us the power to accomplish our most daunting tasks.  He alone can build us up to do His mighty works.

How many times have you thought to yourself, I have no idea how I got out of that situation? If we could save our selves then there would be no need for a savior. Acts 4:12 says: "And there is Salvation in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved."

Thinking that we can do things in our own power and thinking if we believe in ourselves enough we can accomplish all things even to the point that we believe we can save ourselves from situations is called self-righteousness. And this kind of thinking will keep us separated from THE ONE who can truly save us. Notice from the verse above it says there is Salvation in no one else and no other name under heaven, including yours. It is Christ alone that we should believe in and He will accomplish all things for His Glory.

The great thing about our Creator is He knows us and knows what we need. If we are living in His will and being obedient to Him, HE will do great things. Phillipians 4:13 teaches us , "I can do all things through Him who strengthens me. If we are doing things through Him and for Him we can do great things.

Let's not continue to live in and of ourselves and believe what the world is promoting. Today you can make the decision to BELIEVE IN GOD and may His power be made perfect in our weakness.

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Get Up, Child

Guest Post By Jill Holler
Get Up, Child

“And we desire each one of you to show the same earnestness to have the full assurance of hope until the end, so that you may not be sluggish, but imitators of those who through faith and patience inherit the promises.” Hebrews 6:11-12

I love verses like this that encourage me to keep pressing on. Although it is not known who wrote the book of Hebrews, there is a possibility that these words were written by Paul. He was great at spurring others on in their devotion and commitment to the Lord. Sometimes I wish Paul could be sitting right next to me, so I could hear him tell me out loud to keep persevering and fight the good fight. What an encouragement he would be.

However, if Paul really were sitting next to me, I’m afraid he might also tenderly tell me to stop being so “sluggish”-- or “dull,” as stated in other translations. (Either way, both words seem equally bad!)  I love the Lord; there is nothing dull about that. Nonetheless, as I read through Hebrews 6, I was confronted with the truth that sometimes when it comes to living out my faith, the words “sluggish” and “dull” just might apply to me. And as I was listening to Pastor James MacDonald of Walk in the Word preach on these verses, he used another similar term that I cringed at: “fickle.”

Being fickle isn’t something that people admire in others; no one looks at someone else who is fickle and says, “Gee, I wish I were more like that.” No, most people admire those who are strong and consistent in their character and actions, not those who are constantly shifting. So, frankly, facing the possibility that this term might apply to me was quite unpleasant. However, my mind confirmed its truth by taking me to James 1:6. I could picture myself as “a wave of the sea that is driven and tossed by the wind,” just tumbling about on top of the waves, letting the wind carry me where it wished. It kind of reminded me of how I let the circumstances of life do the same thing to how I live out my faith.

For example, I might come face to face with poverty in my own town and make a promise to myself to volunteer at the homeless shelter at Christmas; however, when Christmas comes around, I am too busy baking pies and wrapping countless presents for my children to follow through with my plan. There is just not enough time, nor is there enough money (because I spent it all on the kids!).There have been other times when I have vowed to stop spending money on clothes in order to give more to others, yet when I enter a store, I find every excuse imaginable to justify buying some new jeans. Or I will make a plan to send out my testimony to everyone on my Christmas card list, but when the time comes, I am too worried about what my non-Christian friends will think of me, and I never take action.

Recognizing things like that about myself can be quite depressing; it’s not always fun to get totally honest. But it can be motivating. It drives me to start living out my faith with greater consistency.  And even though I have feelings of disappointment in myself, God isn’t up in heaven putting check marks on a chart labeled, “How She’s Disappointed Me This Year.” I do that myself. Instead, God is saying, Get up child, and “run with endurance the race [I] have set before [you]” (Hebrews 12:1).

 Written By Jill Holler

Who Knows Your Thoughts?

Is my personal life and mind personal?

Many people put online all of their personal thoughts, information, and well anything and everything. From what I ate today for lunch, where I had dinner, to the entire guest list of the people I went to the movies with. All of this wrapped in a nice little package, with the picture of your experience, so you can share it with me and the whole world wide web.

Who cares some of you may be thinking. This is something that I have struggled with deciding to write a blog page. I have always been private and until recently, I didn't have anything online. I have always felt my private life is exactly that, private.

So how do I draw the line? How do I continue to have my privacy and post the thoughts from my mind, the one place I can or think I can keep private. I am not sure where the balance is but I am sure I will have to learn it. Thankfully, I have a great protector and I do it for Him.

There is a verse I want to examine with you that will bring to light the fact that if you consider yourself, like I do, to be a private person or you are the complete opposite, you will see your thoughts and your heart are not as private as you think they are.

Hebrews 4:13 says, "Nothing in all creation is hidden from God. Everything is naked and exposed before His eyes, and He is the One to who we are accountable."

Let's unwrap this verse. Nothing is the first word you need to see. Let's underline. Nothing in ALL creation. Your thoughts, the innermost depths of your mind, the parts you think no one will ever see or know. Your heart, the truest feelings of your inner being: the pains, the agonies, the secrets, and the victories, He knows.

Nothing is hidden from God, He knows. Does that make you reconsider a few things, it does me. Does it cause you to put your guard up or does it make you consider maybe your thoughts right now?

The next part of the verse we can figure out.  This part is not about physically being naked. (Don't worry he created you, He knows what you look like and He loves all of you.) It means you can't hide anything from Him. The most vulnerable parts of you are exposed: it may be the thoughts in your mind, the feelings in your heart, or the actions you do.

Finally, He is the One to who we are accountable. This part makes people squirmish. People that don't want to believe in God certainly don't want to be accountable to God. Sometimes even people that do believe in God or call themselves Christians don't really act as if they are accountable to anyone.

The bottom line is this. God knows all our thoughts. He knows all we're doing and we will be accountable for it all.  Sounds pretty condemning. Keep reading there is Hope.

What can we do?

The great news is this: regardless of all our thoughts and actions to this point, He loves you anyway. God demonstrates His own love for us, in that while we were sinners, Christ died for us (Romans 5:8). Not when we were good or had perfect thoughts and actions. In the middle of it ALL, He forgave us. He went to the cross and He took it ALL, because He loves YOU.

Make today count. Leave it at the cross. Surrender to a Creator that made you and knows all there is to know about you and loves you anyway. Then when you have to face your own thoughts and mind you can be clear that you made it all count for Him.

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Will You Follow?

Do you follow something or someone?

Maybe it is your favorite sports team. Maybe it is a favorite website or a group on Facebook or Twitter. Think of all the things that you follow.

Maybe if you are like me, it is your small children that you follow around the house picking up after them because they are like little tornados always tearing through everything faster than you can notice or keep up with. If you read that sentence in one breath you will get the picture.  Maybe that’s just me.

Would you follow this man?

After Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist and tempted in the wilderness, He began His ministry. He left Nazareth and went to live in Capernaum by the Sea of Galilee. As He was walking along the sea, He saw two brothers, Peter and Andrew. They were throwing their nets into the water, because they were fishermen. He said to the two men, “Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of people.” And immediately they left their nets and followed Him. (Matthew 4:18 – 20)

Immediately. WOW! That is some influence. What do you imagine that He was like to have that kind of influence on people? For them to stop ALL they were doing and just follow.

Quite amazing!

Do some people or things that are in your life or come into your life have that kind of effect on you?  There are several websites or groups online that have millions of followers. What's the draw? What do they have that gets you into their grips and makes you come back everyday or several times a day?

A few years ago, we had a pastor that had that kind of influence on me. I would sit in his studies and I couldn't get enough. He was completely compelling, he was so brilliant and knew His Bible inside and out and walked in such humility that you could not help but just look forward to your next meeting. I could brag all day about this man but I know what he would say, It is not about me, I do it all for Him.

Being in his studies, I realized that if I could sit here and listen to him for hours, I can't wait to meet my Savior and sit at His feet just to here Him speak and be in His presence.

As much as I loved this man for drawing me closer to Christ, his wife was amazing too, he was just that. A man. Don't take that in any derogitory way. The point is no man, no thing, and nothing can take the place of the real thing or a real relationship with Jesus.

Some people may really look forward to seeing what everyone is doing online but I hope that you are also seeking real contact. Real conversations. Ones that make you a better person today because of it. The ones that are truly heartfelt.

Although, I also look forward to "followers" on Facebook and on my blog page. I have one desire, that your heart will experience what it is like to see and feel Jesus in a real way. That you can see through all the other things and desire a relationship with Christ, who was fully God and became a man to seek and save the lost.

If you want to follow Him or seek a relationship with Christ and see the Hope for a future that only He can offer, seek Him and you will find Him.

The pastor that I was previously talking about always gave everyone who was seeking Christ or not a challenge. I am going to past this challenge on to you. Pick up a Bible. Read the book of Mark three times. Any of the four gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, would be great, you'll find Mark, the second book in the New Testament, to be the shortest. Read it three times. Ask God to give you an open heart and mind. Read it, then ask yourself this one question, Would I follow THIS Jesus?

If you have a relationship with Jesus, you can also join this challenge to further get to know this man you call, Savior.

If you have taken me up on this challenge, please let me know. I would love to hear your responses. You can contact me by email if you have questions, would like to have a further conversation, or if you need a Bible to get started at

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Happy New Year (Part 2)

Happy New Year 2015, continued.
If you haven’t read the last blog check that out first.
Although my husband was a bit confused and hesitant, he said, “okay”. My husband is a man of few words but he trusts God and knows that everything will be okay and that is all he needed to say. Actually he also said, “Does this mean we have to move to another country?” I said, “I am sure that God has plenty of work for us right here, for now.” I know my pastor and missionary friends in faraway places are laughing about this right now.
This is where my blog page started. My husband came home the next day from work and said you should start writing a blog page.  I thought there were several issues with that idea but I will think about it. One, our computer is about twelve years old and is not connected to the internet, oh yes and we don’t have the internet and I know anything about blogging.
I wasn’t completely discouraged or dissatisfied with the thought and found it encouraging that my husband was thinking about things and encouraging me to act on what I had said. I was just so excited about this new adventure and I know with God ALL things are possible. Let’s give it a go.  I decided the first step could be a blog site.  The next day I got on my Kindle, connected to a wireless connection, and started typing on my three by four inch keyboard. After a couple of entries, I started to make a few calls.
I struggled with several things. I am not online so I have no internet connections.  I had never been on Facebook, so I wasn’t sure how I was going to spread the word besides just telling people. I sent out my blog posts and just prayed and said, “Lord, I am not connected but You are connected to the world, so I am relying on You to make these connections.”
I hesitantly got on to Facebook, and thanks to all of you who have supported me and read my blog posts, it has really been going great. I feel like I have a voice in the world and am able to speak God’s truths to anyone who will listen or read and it is very exciting.
I still have a few struggles but God is constantly coming through for me. I don’t have the internet at my house so I have to go to where I can get free Wi-Fi. My sister gave me her older laptop so I am able to type on a regular computer; it has a few issues so please pray that I can get them worked out or the money to get a new one. These things may not seem ideal but God is good and He provides. 
For 2015, I do not know where God will lead me. I do not tell Him my plans, He leads and I follow. I don’t feel my strengths are always in writing but I ask God to give me the words and the message He wants sent out and He tells me in 2 Corinthians that I don’t have to be great to send out His Word.  
In 2 Corinthians 12:3 Paul says, “And He (the Lord) said to me, ‘My grace is sufficient for you, because My power is perfected in weakness.’ Therefore, rather I will boast more gladly in my weakness, in order that the power of the Lord may reside in me.”
I pray that His message will reach as many people that need it that day. I pray that He will continue to give me the passion and the ability to understand His word and be obedient in what it says.
I ask in 2015 that you pray for my work in Christ to be for His purposes and to further His kingdom. I also ask that you pray for Him to give me the words to spread His gospel and that He opens doors and makes opportunities for me to continue His work.
I know that this is new for me but I continue to ask that you share the link to my blog page and that you invite your friends to join me in this adventure, whether by Facebook or email.
My goal in writing is that it will be sound doctrine, honest, clear to understand, and help others in walking in God’s promises in their everyday life. Life is an amazing journey and if we do this together and support each other, we will all receive the blessings God has in store for us.
Thank you all for your support now and in the coming year and May God Bless your journey.   

Happy New Year 2015 (Part 1)

Happy New Year 2015!
Happy New Year! I hope that everyone had a safe and merry New Year. I hope that your new year will be full of hope and happiness.
Revelations 21:5 says, “And the One seated on the throne said, ‘Behold, I am making all things new!’ and He said, ‘Write this down, because these words are faithful and true.’ ”
How many of you set New Year Resolutions? I could see the benefit. Some people are planners and goal setters and want to know what they have to look forward to in the New Year or things to resolve in the New Year.
If you do set goals or resolutions, what are they? Do you keep them? Most of the time they are to lose weight, save more money, or work something out that doesn’t seem to be going right. 
I never set New Year Resolutions. There is no particular reason that I don’t; I am not afraid of not fulfilling them or letting myself down. I just don’t feel the need. Maybe it is because I am the type of person who is constantly evaluating my actions and my situations and I try to learn from everyday and “fix” things as they arise.
This year won’t be any different. I do, however, want to take the time to share with you a little about myself and my ministry for 2015.
I started writing a blog in November 2014. There are several reasons that lead me to this new adventure. 
Before I decided to stay at home with my children, I was teaching in the public schools and I felt that it was a natural transition to teach at my church in any capacity. I do several ministries in my church. I am the director and a teacher of children’s church, I teach Cubbies in AWANAS, which is for preschool age children. I organize a ministry called Inspiration Corner, which sells materials for personal and outreach purposes, and I have lead a Ladies and a mixed group Bible study.  I don’t do this all at once all of the time and I am by no way trying to promote all I do in the church. I love teaching and I love to study God’s Word.  I find both of these things very fulfilling.   
Although I felt like I was being obedient to serve in these capacities, I was struggling with doing this. I was feeling discouraged and discontent in so many ways and for so many reasons. I have, over the past couple years, struggled with finding my place where I think God wants me and in what I was doing.  I have prayed for Him to close doors in my life and help me to move on to a new chapter. I felt like all I could for God was to serve in my church and that was taking a lot of time and energy and I was feeling quite discouraged. I felt confined to my service there and it was causing me to have a sour heart and quite frankly a bad attitude. 
I felt lost, confused, and very frustrated. After several revolutions from prayer and reading scripture verses, as I said I am always trying to learn from situations, I was brought to a new place. You see as I have been studying more intensely over the past couple years, I have been praying for God not to just fill my head with knowledge but to fill my heart with obedience. My prayer was “teach me Lord so that I can be more obedient to you, so my life will show more evidence of your love”. After all, it all has to be about Him or like Solomon says it is like chasing the wind.
I recently went to a Women’s conference and when asked if life wasn’t going how you expected and you wanted prayer to stand, I couldn’t stand up fast enough. I wanted to serve God but I was struggling. One of the speakers read the verse from Matthew 11:28 that has instructed us to lay down all our heavy burdens and He will give us rest.  I finally gave it all away. I gave it to God, I let Him have it and I felt free.  All the things that I had been going through became clearer and I became more firm in my choice to serve Him.
You can check out the blog entry “Lay Down ALL Your Burdens” if you want more on this verse from Matthew.   
I came home the next day and just keep processing the things I felt like God was teaching me. I had said to my friend before we left the conference, I want to be there (we were watching the conference on a simulcast). She said yes that would be fun, I said no, not at the conference, I want to be teaching like that in large capacities. I wasn’t saying this out of “I have high aspirations for myself, I have made up my mind and set a new goal”. I was saying this because I have a huge desire to spread the good news of Jesus Christ. This may sound like a lofty goal to some, but it came about very naturally and if God wants that for my life then He will make a way.
 There are several things that have always seemed to come easy for me, public speaking and teaching. If God has given me these gifts, I should be using them for His purposes.  There are two things I love, teaching and learning God’s Word. It only makes sense that I be doing all these things. God has given me a burning passion to teach His Word to anyone and everyone.
 The day after the conference, I sat in prayer and in reading God’s Word. When my husband came home from work, I was so excited and nervous. I just started to cry. I said, “Honey, I have submitted my life’s work to God, I don’t know what that means right now or where He will lead me, but I feel I have no other option than to obey. He has promised to lead me and I have promised to follow. He knows the plans that He has for me and I am confident in His plans.”
In Jeremiah 29:11 the Lord says, “For I know the plans that I am planning concerning you, plans for prosperity and not for harm, to give you a future and a hope.” 
You could also see from the verses in Revelations 21 that God wants us to tell of these words because they are faithful and true.
Check back tomorrow for more on my outlook for 2015…

Be Still

Be Still
Be Still My Friends! You can rest assure that God is in Control.

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Seeking God

Hope In Him Alone!

Hope In Him Alone!
Thank You, Lord, for deciding who I am!

Seek Him First! Today's Bible Reading

James 1:17
Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of Lights with whom there is no variation or shifting shadow.

It is of utmost importance that you know that Christ died for you. He died for all sinners so that our relationship with Him could be restored.

Because of His sacrifice on the cross we can have peace. Are you seeking more peace today? Peace of the soul can only be given through the redemptive power of Jesus Christ.

I hope that you, too, know the saving grace of an amazing God.
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2 Timothy 1:7