One Day at a Timeby stephanie reck
Take it one day at a time. If you are living in the past full of regrets or in the future, you are not at peace. God's grace is sufficient for you today only. That means He will not give you yesterday's grace or tomorrow's grace.
Let Go and Let Godby jacqui julyan
The truth is I can 'let go and let God' because He is totally trustworthy. As much as I love my friends and family they cannot fill the gap Jesus can. The truth of this overwhelms me. His love amazes me. The Good News to share about Jesus is the only good news, truly good news to share in this broken world.
DRAW NEARby ROBIN BOSCH
Let us draw near with absolute assurance of His total and complete acceptance of us. When we acknowledge him and accept His sacrifice as the only remedy for our sin separating us from God,
FREE GIFT PRESENTATIONby ROBIN BOSCH
Jesus died on the Cross, suffered an excruciating and agonizing death, was mocked, despised and rejected, humiliated, humbled: His Blood was splattered, his flesh hung in strips from off His body; demons and the host of hell danced, laughed and bellowed while He hung there.
Turning Off Jesusby Alan Allegra
On our dresser sits a large ceramic nightlight, a cross with cutouts of a sheaf of wheat, a fish, and the name Jesus, illuminated with a comforting green glow. Yes, we turn it on at night and, yes, I like having a nightlight. Must be part of my second childhood.
When we first got it, I would turn it off in the morning, mumbling, "Time to turn off Jesus." I'd catch myself and think, "What a dumb thing to say!" Now, I realize it's not as dumb as actually turning off Jesus.
How does one "turn off" Jesus? Even if he had an on-off switch, we'd need an awfully long extension cord. We can turn off Jesus by insulting him or doing something repulsive.