Dear friend, don’t give away your power of touch which can change circumstances and situations. Your touch can do miracles.
Zacchaeus encounters Jesus and his life turns around. He gives up his belongings to the poor and repays to those he swindled. How did this all happen?
“My washing machine has given up on me.”, my mother texted me. Another few texts came flooding in, “I just put in a load and it’s just refusing to wash.” Immediately, I shared the mighty words of wisdom that our generation lives by and insisted, “Try restarting it!”. That’s always the solution, isn’t it? Well, […]
We all have heard the story of the prodigal son dozens of times. Our elders/pastors always focus on how dumb the son was and how terrible his sin was. But what strikes me the most in Luke chapter 15 is “Heart of Good Daddy”.
Many a time the glaring flaws we note in others are far less than the flaws present in us. That is if we recognize them. Recognize that we too fall short. Short of many things. Short of the glory of God.
Imagine if God reacted like us to imperfection.
This New Year many of us might have decided to stand by new resolutions. Friends rather than pursuing principles, concepts, or even good character qualities, our ultimate goal, this year should be to focus more on the Person of Jesus.
“Then neither do I condemn you,” Jesus declared. “Go now and leave your life of sin.”
God’s grace is a gift and not something that we have earned. A poem of gratitude, the result of being awed and overwhelmed by God’s grace.
For if Righteousness could be gained through the law then Christ died for nothing (Galatians 2:21). Righteousness from God comes through faith in Jesus Christ to all who believe (Romans 3:21-22).
God has forgiven and forgotten our sins through Jesus Christ. God says “NO MORE!!!” Today, when we go to Church, God’s marvelous light does not reveal how sinful we are, but how righteous we are in Christ!!