Song of the Week:
* Ask Seek Knock
Here is a truth that can be hard to accept.
Here is a link to some Hillsong Instrumental worship, called The Secret Place.
Here is a truth to accept and reflect upon.
“The Lord does not give me rules, but He makes His standard very clear. If my relationship to Him is that of love, I will do what He says without hesitation. If I hesitate, it is because I love someone I have placed in competition with Him, namely myself. Jesus Christ will not force me to obey Him, but I must. And as soon as I obey Him, I fulfill my spiritual destiny. My personal life may be crowded with small, petty happenings, altogether insignificant. But if I obey Jesus Christ in the seemingly random circumstances of life, they become pinholes through which I see the face of God … When God’s redemption brings a human soul to the point of obedience, it always produces.”
(from My Utmost For His Highest by Oswald Chambers)
Here is a pondering to encourage us to keep times of silence.
Here is something that I believe God encourages in our life of faith.
Good news. This past Lent we have been following the Way of the Cross. Last night we were reminded once again of the Good News. God sent His son so we may have eternal life. How comforting to be in those embracing arms of our Shepherd with the soothing reassurance that no one can snatch us away from Him. Our eternal destiny is safe with God.Today’s prayer: Father, as we reflect on the life, death and resurrection of Jesus, we are overwhelmed by Your unconditional love. As we share this good news, may Your name be glorified throughout the earth. Amen.
Here is a song that lifts High the name of Jesus.