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April 27, 2015
by Mari-Anna Stålnacke @flowingfaith
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From Distress to Deliverance

from distress to deliveranceWhenever something is repeated many times, it’s usually worth of paying attention to the matter. Today I found the same verse repeated four times in one psalm. Time to pay attention. What could be so important? Could it have anything to do with my life?

Let them give thanks to the Lord for his unfailing love
    and his wonderful deeds for mankind.
(Psalm 107:8/15/21/31, NIV)

Thanksgiving is so important.
God’s love is so magnificent.
God’s care is so wonderful.

I get that. This message is worth of declaring over and over again. What was going on before each call for thanksgiving?

Then they cried out to the Lord in their trouble,
    and he delivered them from their distress.
(Psalm 107:6/13/19/28, NIV)

Each time the people of God had been in some sort of trouble and cried to the Lord for help. Each time God had come through and delivered his people from their troubles. So there had been reason for thanksgiving and praise for sure.

The psalm 107 celebrates rescue from four different kind of troubles: the desert, prison, sickness and the stormy sea. At first you’d think we don’t have much in common with these troubles but when you think about it you realize they’re all very common problems also in today’s world. Let’s see them one by one.

1) Life without God is like living in a desert. When we are living in a desert the elements of a good life are limited. But when we allow the Spirit of God rain on us, new life and growth is possible. We can’t make our lives flourish but God can. We can’t force ourselves to be fully alive. But the rain of grace changes everything.

2) Some people think that if they live in a free country where they can do whatever they want they are free. But they do not see the invisible web of bondage. They insist that they are not slaves of Hollywood or Madison Avenue. Or public opinion or money or security. But they are. We all are without Christ. A dead-end, prison-like life is all we can expect without grace. But God offers us so much more.

3) Bringing bewilderment to God (and all kind of questions and feelings) will bring us even closer to him. Because God wants us to be honest with him. God wants to live intimately with us, to have and to hold, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health.

4) Do you dare to hope when there’s no reason to hope? Do you dare to hope when your life as you’ve known it has been taken over by a razing storm? Do you dare to hope when life has become bitterness and poison?

I hope so. Because God hears your cries and he will deliver you from your distress. Not necessarily the way you’d like it to go. Not necessarily as fast as you would like it to happen. But God will be with you through your ordeal and he will bring you peace in the midst of your hardships. And you will eventually be lead from distress to deliverance.

Just remember to cry to the Lord and give thanks to the Lord. Even before you are delivered from your distress. Because God is actively working in your life even when you can’t see it. Praising God while still in darkness will bless you even more. And somehow it seems time goes faster that way. Or, at least, more joyfully.

 

Gracious God,
Thank you for repeating
your invitation to come to you
as many times as we need it.
Thank you for loving us
more than we can understand.
Thank you for wanting good things for us.
Thank you for hearing our cries for help.
Thank you for delivering us from our troubles.
Fill us with hope, peace, and joy
while we are waiting for you.
In Jesus’ name,
Amen

Q4U: Have you experienced deliverance from your troubles?

Be blessed, my fellow pilgrim, as you cry for the Lord and praise Him while waiting for deliverance from your troubles!

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April 24, 2015
by Mari-Anna Stålnacke @flowingfaith
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Hide-and-Seek with God?

hide and seek with God?

Do you ever wonder if God is playing hide-and-seek with you? Even if it does feel like it sometimes, God does not play games with us. Not even hide-and-seek. Or maybe it is you who is hiding from God? Let me tell you, hiding from God does not work either.

This world does not give much attention to things eternal and invisible. It is unfashionable, uncool, and extremely odd to be interested in God. But I am with C.S. Lewis: “How little people know who think that holiness is dull. When one meets the real thing, it is irresistible.”

When you meet God, there is nothing that compares to him.
There is nothing that could replace him.
There is nothing that could be better than him.

The God who made the world and everything in it, this Master of sky and land, doesn’t live in custom-made shrines or need the human race to run errands for him, as if he couldn’t take care of himself. He makes the creatures; the creatures don’t make him. Starting from scratch, he made the entire human race and made the earth hospitable, with plenty of time and space for living so we could seek after God, and not just grope around in the dark but actually find him. He doesn’t play hide-and-seek with us. He’s not remote; he’s near. We live and move in him, can’t get away from him! One of your poets said it well: ‘We’re the God-created.’ Well, if we are the God-created, it doesn’t make a lot of sense to think we could hire a sculptor to chisel a god out of stone for us, does it? (Acts 17:24-29, MSG,*)

God does not play hide-and-seek with us. Because he wants to be found. He wants to be in real relationship with us. God is not remote, he is near. In fact, we can’t get away from him!

Being in the presence of God is irresistible once you’ve experienced it.
Being in the presence of God is a renewing experience.
Being in the presence of God is as good as it gets in this life.

St. Ignatius of Loyola has said “He who carries God in his heart bears heaven with him wherever he goes.”

So, let’s get interested in God! Let’s dig deeper, let’s seek God with our whole heart and soul! No matter what is our situation, no matter how materialistic the world around us is, no matter how odd the world thinks we are, let’s seek God!

But even there, if you seek God, your God, you’ll be able to find him if you’re serious, looking for him with your whole heart and soul. (Deut.4:29, MSG,*)

Let’s get interested in God. Let’s ask God to ignite our faith, refuel our faith, renew our faith. Let’s get interested in what God is doing in this world and how we can partner with him. Let’s get interested in God and his wisdom, his grace, his love, his peace, and his plan for this world! Let’s get interested in the ways of God.

Because there is nothing else in the world that can satisfy our needs, our wants, and our desired than God. There is nothing else in the world that can ignite our spirit. There is nothing else in the world that can hold our interest for eternity.

 

Gracious God,
We seek you with our whole hearts and souls.
Ignite our faith!
Renew our spirit!
Refuel our faith!
In Jesus’ name,
Amen

Q4U: Who is with me? Who wants to seek God?

Be blessed, my fellow pilgrim as you seek God. He is waiting for you his arms wide open!

* [As you might have noticed, I enjoy reading the Bible in different translations and love comparing them. I have started linking the Bible verses to Biblegateway.com so you can easily read (and compare) them in the different versions I’ve used while preparing each post.]

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April 22, 2015
by Mari-Anna Stålnacke @flowingfaith
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My Soul Sings Hallelujah

my soul sings hallelujahI’ve never understood that some Christians can live without reading the Word of God. Do you? How do they keep doubts away? How do they remind themselves of God’s goodness? I truly need to read the Word of God to be filled with the joy of salvation. Let me explain. Just read these three verses:

You have been regenerated (born again), not from a mortal origin (seed, sperm), but from one that is immortal by the ever living and lasting Word of God. 24 For all flesh (mankind) is like grass, and all its glory (honor) like [the] flower of grass. The grass withers and the flower drops off, 25 But the Word of the Lord (divine instruction, the Gospel) endures forever. And this Word is the good news which was preached to you. (1 Peter 1:23-25, AMP)

Just by reading these three verses I am reminded that God’s Word is ever living and lasting. My spirit shouts Hallelujah at this point. I am ready to meet the world because I know that I am a child of God and God is at my side until the end of the world.

Or let’s take an example from Paul’s letter to the Romans, one of my favorite New Testament epistles. Let’s go the first five verses verse by verse.

Therefore, since we are justified (acquitted, declared righteous, and given a right standing with God) through faith, let us [grasp the fact that we] have [the peace of reconciliation to hold and to enjoy] peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ (the Messiah, the Anointed One).

Talk about gifts and blessings to children of God! We’ve been made right with God through faith. We have peace with God through Jesus. We have peace to hold and to enjoy. All these gifts and blessings given to us free. All because of Jesus. My soul sings Hallelujah.

Through Him also we have [our] access (entrance, introduction) by faith into this grace (state of God’s favor) in which we [firmly and safely] stand. And let us rejoice and exult in our hope of experiencing and enjoying the glory of God.

Through Jesus we have our access by faith into grace which is a state of God’s favor. Awesome. Amazing. Astonishing. Let us indeed rejoice and exult in our hope of experiencing and enjoying the glory of God. Yes. My soul sings Hallelujah.

Moreover [let us also be full of joy now!] let us exult and triumph in our troubles and rejoice in our sufferings, knowing that pressure and affliction and hardship produce patient and unswerving endurance.

Let us indeed be full of joy! We are God’s children and nothing can take away God’s gifts from us. No matter what kind of hardships we will face, God Almighty is with us and he will see that everything will work towards our good. We can rejoice in the Lord because the Word of the Lord endures forever. We are on the Victor’s side. Again my soul sings Hallelujah.

And endurance (fortitude) develops maturity of character (approved faith and tried integrity). And character [of this sort] produces [the habit of] joyful and confident hope of eternal salvation.

When we hang on to Jesus during our trials, we are growing in grace. Our character matures and it produces more and more of joyful and confident hope of eternal salvation. Ah, yes. My soul sings Hallelujah.

Such hope never disappoints or deludes or shames us, for God’s love has been poured out in our hearts through the Holy Spirit Who has been given to us. (Romans 5:1-5, AMP)

Such hope never disappoints or deludes or shames us. Amen. For God’s love has been poured out in our hearts through the Holy Spirit. And the Holy Spirit lives in us, guides us and blesses us. Oh, yes. My soul keeps singing Hallelujah.

Do you see why I read the Bible? It is a sure way to keep my faith flowing. It is a sure way to get my spirit glowing. It is a sure way to get my soul singing Hallelujah.

 

Gracious God,
You are so amazing, awesome and astonishing.
And you love us so.
Be praised forever and ever.
Your ever living and lasting Word lifts me up.
Your grace fill me with joy of salvation.
Your love surrounds me with hope everlasting.
Your Spirit gets my soul to sing Hallelujah.
Be praised forever and ever.
In Jesus’ name,
Amen

Q4U: Can you live without reading the Word of God? What does get you soul sing Hallelujah?

Be blessed, my fellow pilgrim, as your soul sings Hallelujah!

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April 20, 2015
by Mari-Anna Stålnacke @flowingfaith
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Our Prayers Matter

Our Prayers MatterDo you pray without ceasing? Do you spend enough time with Jesus? Here’s some incentive to pray more. I was reading the fifth chapter of The Revelation to John when I came across this they were holding golden bowls full of incense, which are the prayers of God’s people. (Rev.5:8, NIV)

Our prayers are honored more than we can ever know. They are lovingly brought to God by angels. Our prayers join the eternal worship of God. Our prayers matter. Our prayers are heard and cherished. Why don’t we value prayer if the other side of the time barrier do?

Anne Ortlund writes “What a lofty, all-encompassing business prayer is! We lift our hearts to God, and we discover we have joined a numberless company around the world and in heaven itself! We have left time and moved into eternity! We have, in a sense, shed our mortal bodies and moved, ahead of schedule, into our future glory with Him!”

Prayer is so much more than we can ever understand. But we don’t need to understand it to practice it. Prayer is our way to spend time with God. Prayer is to be part of God’s kingdom already on this green earth. There really is nothing better than abiding in God. Yet we don’t pray much. What’s wrong with us?

God wants to bring us wholeness and abundant life. We somehow manage to thwart that by keeping away from the presence of God. We settle for less than God has intended to us. We live prayer-less, self-destructive lives when wholeness and abundant life is offered. Without the Holy Spirit we are indeed stuck with self-deception. But the aid of the Holy Spirit is available to us. The company of God is only a whisper away.

 

Gracious God,
You are so good.
We are so lost without you.
Help us to understand our prayers matter.
Show us what it means to bask in your love and care.
Fill us with your Spirit.
Let us experience all that you have for us.
In Jesus’ name,
Amen

Q4U: Do you believe that our prayers matter? Do you put that in practice?

Be blessed, my fellow pilgrim, as you dedicate more time for prayer!

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April 17, 2015
by Mari-Anna Stålnacke @flowingfaith
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Live in the Present

Live in the PresentAll we really do have is today. But that’s really all we need to live well. We don’t know about tomorrow and yesterday is gone. But today is a present for us and we are called to use it as well as we can. If we do so, if we are able to embrace all God has for us today, we are ready for tomorrow, no matter what it brings.

Don’t brag about tomorrow, since you don’t know what the day will bring. (Proverbs 27:1, NLT,*)

We can only meet God at the present moment. God told us his name is I AM. Not I was or I will be. But God has promised to always be with us until the end of the world. That’s why we don’t need to worry about tomorrow. It is in God’s hands. Whatever happens: God is with us.

If your past troubles you, give it to Jesus. If your future worries you, give it to Jesus. He will free you to live in the present. Today is enough. Today is plenty. Today is everything. Because God has made this day. God himself is with us every right now from here to eternity.

So let’s not brag about anything but God. We don’t know about tomorrow. But we know the One who holds tomorrow in his hands. That’s why we dare to live to the fullest. That’s why we embrace all God has for today. That’s why we rejoice today.

 

Gracious God,
You have given us life to live.
Help us to live in the present.
Free us from burdens of our past
and worries of our future.
Increase our trust for you.
Show us what it is to live carefree before you.
In Jesus’ name,
Amen

Q4U: Are you able to live in the present? What has helped you to do so?

Be blessed, my fellow pilgrim, as you embrace all God has for you today!

* [As you might have noticed, I enjoy reading the Bible in different translations and love comparing them. I have started linking the Bible verses to Biblegateway.com so you can easily read (and compare) them in the different versions I’ve used while preparing each post.]

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April 15, 2015
by Mari-Anna Stålnacke @flowingfaith
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God Is Active

God Is ActiveReading the Old Testament can be very rewarding.  And I am not talking about the most popular places there. For example, this morning I was reading Zechariah 10:6-12 . What a powerful yet different way to hear how God cares for his flock.

As you read it, be amazed how many times God says “I will” (13!)! It’s like God’s saying “I’ll do what needs to be done for them”. God is having compassion, gathering, signaling, guiding, answering, bringing his children home.

You can own this message too. God is active in your life. God is doing whatever needs to be done for you. Rest and revel in this message. God has not forgotten you. God is right there with you, walking with you, guiding and strengthening and empowering you.

Remember that God loves you and cherishes you. Remember that God is active in your life even when you don’t feel it. Remember that God will do everything what needs to be done for you.

And when you do remember: rejoice! Rejoice and share the good news with others! God cares for his flock. God will do everything what needs to be done to bring us home. God is active – Hallelujah!

 

Gracious God,
Thank you for caring for us.
Thank you for doing anything to bring us home to you.
Thank you for encouraging us and being active in our lives.
You are everything we need.
You are always more than we need.
Be praised forever and ever.
In Jesus’ name,
Amen

Q4U: Do you know God is active in your life? How do you know it? Does that change your behavior in any way?

Be blessed, my fellow pilgrim, as you revel in God’s love and care!

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April 13, 2015
by Mari-Anna Stålnacke @flowingfaith
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Sitting at Jesus’ Feet

Sitting at Jesus' FeetWhich Bible character do you mostly identify with? Mary is the woman I mostly identify in the gospels. That’s why I truly enjoyed reading her diary in Mary DeMuth‘s and Frank Viola‘s brand new book The Day I Met Jesus: The reavealing diaries of five women in the gospels. The stories are found in Luke 10:38-42, John 11:1-7, 17-44, and John 12:1-11 (or Matt 26:6-13, Mark 14:3-9). The first one is the story of Jesus visiting Martha and Mary, the second one is the story of Lazarus raised from the dead and the last one is the story how Mary anointed Jesus with the costly perfume as one would anoint a king and prepare a corpse for burial.

In each of the stories Mary is found sitting at Jesus’ feet. She knew that was the best place in the world. She was hungry for God and loved Jesus. Because she spent time with Jesus she also knew what was to happen. She knew Jesus was about to die before Jesus said anything.

This reminded me of Martin Luther King Jr’s last speech and his prophetic words: “Well, I don’t know what will happen now. We’ve got some difficult days ahead. But it really doesn’t matter with me now, because I’ve been to the mountaintop. And I don’t mind. Like anybody, I would like to live – a long life; longevity has its place. But I’m not concerned about that now. I just want to do God’s will. And He’s allowed me to go up to the mountain. And I’ve looked over. And I’ve seen the Promised Land. I may not get there with you. But I want you to know tonight, that we, as a people, will get to the Promised Land. So I’m happy, tonight. I’m not worried about anything. I’m not fearing any man. Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord.” I’d say he knew he was going to die soon.

Sitting at Jesus’ feet is like being on the mountaintop. Only then can we spiritually know things like Mary and Martin Luther King Jr did. Only then can we live and move in grace. Only then we are able to learn like Mary to waste that which is most precious to us on Jesus. With the words of Frank Viola “For only by wasting ourselves on Christ do we life life to its highest and fullest purpose. And in light of that, remember that nothing “wasted” for His kingdom is ever, truly wasted.”

Sitting at Jesus’ feet is our way to know God and his will. Sitting at Jesus’ feet is the best place in the world. You are invited. Take your time. Seize the day. And, better yet, seize God.

 

Gracious God,
You are more that we can imagine,
we are less than we admit.
Yet you invite us to sit at Jesus’ feet.
We want to know you.
We want to know your will.
Open our spiritual eyes.
Speak to us and enable us to hear.
In Jesus’ name,
Amen

Q4U: Do you love sitting at Jesus’ feet? Why?

Be blessed, my fellow pilgrim, as you seize God and enjoy him forever!

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April 10, 2015
by Mari-Anna Stålnacke @flowingfaith
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Real Rest

Real RestAre you in need of rest? Don’t be fooled. Don’t look for it in the wrong places. Turn to God, get away with him, and find real rest for your soul.

Take My yoke upon you and learn of Me, for I am gentle (meek) and humble (lowly) in heart, and you will find rest (relief and ease and refreshment and recreation and blessed quiet) for your souls. (Matthew 11:29, AMP,*)

God is gentle and humble at heart. He wants what’s best for us. We can trust him 100%. When we do that and surrender to him, we find what we were looking for: rest.

And we learn what rest is all about:
relief and
ease and
refreshment and
recreation and
blessed quiet
for our souls.

Recreation and refreshment apart from God does not bring rest for our souls. Apart from God our life is just vanity and does not bring peace no matter how hard we try to find it. Apart from God we do not find real rest. But in God we find relief, ease, refreshment and recreation and blessed quiet for our souls. Time after time.

You would think we had learned it by heart already. That we would guard our time with him with everything we’ve got. That our quiet time with Jesus would be the last thing to go from our schedule. But, sadly, our priorities are off the quilter. We let almost anything to overtake our time with Jesus. And then we wonder why we are restless.

Jesus says Come to Me, all you who labor and are heavy-laden and overburdened, and I will cause you to rest. [I will ease and relieve and refresh your souls.] (Matthew 11:28, AMP,*)

Why don’t you give up all your excuses and run to God? The first thing every morning. I guarantee you will recover your life. You will learn to live freely and lightly. Because that’s what grace does for you.

 

Gracious God,
Forgive us for not putting you first in our lives.
Forgive us for not trusting your promises.
Cleanse us from all unrighteousness.
Teach us the unforced rhythms of grace.
Give us real rest for our souls.
In Jesus’ name,
Amen

Q4U: Have you learned to prioritize God in your schedule!

Be blessed, my fellow pilgrim, as you find real rest in God!

* [As you might have noticed, I enjoy reading the Bible in different translations and love comparing them. I have started linking the Bible verses to Biblegateway.com so you can easily read (and compare) them in the different versions I’ve used while preparing each post.]

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April 8, 2015
by Mari-Anna Stålnacke @flowingfaith
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The Sacrifice of Thanksgiving?

The Sacrifice of ThanksgivingAm I the only one that has ever wondered what ‘offering a sacrifice of thanksgiving’ means? And if that really honors and glorifies God, how could we do it in today’s world?

He who brings an offering of praise and thanksgiving honors and glorifies Me. (Psalm 50:23, AMP)

The sacrifice of thanksgiving is mentioned many times in the Old Testament. It is a voluntary sacrifice that is motivated by thanksgiving. It was also shared with all the worshipers. Because of the sacrificial death of Jesus we don’t have to give any animal sacrifices any more. But there’s still something important in offering a sacrifice of thanksgiving in today’s world and we should pay attention.

How could thanksgiving be a sacrifice if it is from a thankful heart? A sacrifice is something into which we put effort, right? Hence, thanksgiving should not just be something we do when we feel like it, right? Thanksgiving should not just be something we do when God’s promises are visible, right?

We should give thanks every day despite of our circumstances.
We should give thanks because God is good.
We should give thanks because God is at work on our behalf.
We should give thanks because in God’s realm all the promises are already fulfilled.

The Message version of the verse summarizes it this way: It’s the praising life that honors me.

We are indeed called to the praising life. It is not just a sacrifice of thanksgiving here and there but a way of life. The praising life is committed to honor God with thanksgiving and praise no matter what. And it should be voluntary and spill grace and good things onto others too.

How could we do it in today’s world? When bad things happen all the time. Don’t you see? This is exactly the time when we need to offer sacrifices of thanksgiving. This is exactly the time when we can bring the kingdom of God visible by offering thanks and praise all the time. We need to live by faith not by sight. We need to thank God for all he has done for us…but also for everything he is going to do for us.

The praising life is a sacrificial way of life. It is not lived according to our feelings or desires. It is lived according to God’s will and promises. And in that sense it is costly. But, boy, doesn’t it bless our socks off. Today, tomorrow and forever more.

 

Gracious God,
You call us into the praising life.
You call us from faith to more faith.
You call us from grace to more grace.
We want that so very much.
Give us more faith, more grace
so that we would be filled with thanksgiving and praise
even when it is the least likely response to our circumstances.
Show us how the praising life could look like.
Bless our socks off, Lord.
Not according to our will but yours.
In Jesus’ name,
Amen

Q4U: What do you think about the praising life? Is it possible? Is it your way of life?

Be blessed, my fellow pilgrim, as you give thanks and praise God every day of your life!

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April 6, 2015
by Mari-Anna Stålnacke @flowingfaith
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Looking for Jesus?

the resurrection of Jesus

Are you looking for Jesus? Good for you. Just know the empty tomb is the only place you can’t find Jesus. You can find Jesus anywhere but in the tomb for he is risen. He is not there for he is indeed risen.

Jesus rose victorious. But sin, death, and darkness are still in the tomb. Don’t go after them. We are no more bound to them. Go after Jesus and abundant life.

The angel said to the women, “Do not be afraid, for I know that you are looking for Jesus, who was crucified. He is not here; he has risen, just as he said. Come and see the place where he lay. (Matthew 28:5-6, NIV,*)

Now that the stone has been rolled away and Jesus is risen, Jesus can roll away any stones you have in your heart. Sin and death has lost their power, you are free to embrace God’s victorious grace.

Looking for Jesus is very wise. He is the Lord of everything. Jesus wants to be found and he wants to be gracious to you. He died for you. Now you can be healed and made whole. Just give Jesus a free access into your heart. And be ready to be blessed.

 

Gracious God,
Your salvation plan is beyond wonderful.
Thank you for the resurrection of Jesus.
Thank you that we are no more bound to sin, death, and darkness.
We want to be bound to you.
Be the Lord of our hearts.
Fill our hearts with your Spirit.
In Jesus’ name,
Amen

Q4U: How does the resurrection of Jesus change your life?

Be blessed, my fellow pilgrim, as you keep looking for Jesus!

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P.S. The series on the Day I Met Jesus continues next Monday.

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