The conclusion of 40 days of prayer reflects on Jesus' last words on the cross: Into your hands I commit my Spirit!
Jesus said it is finished to indicate that a permanent shift had happened into a new state of being.
Jesus thirsts on the cross because he is thirsty for us to come to him.
Jesus experienced the pain of separation on the cross so that we would never have to.
Act upon us God! Act on my life and exert your power to save as you remember me.
One of Jesus last acts of ministry was to take care of his family
We move into Passion Week and focus on the last 7 words of Jesus on the cross: today - Father forgive them, for they do not know what they're doing.
Jesus offers a life without guilt.
Forgiving doesn't mean you forget the sin committed against you - unless you're God.
Jesus makes it clear that we will be behind me no matter what. The question is why?
What would a video of the last 6 weeks of your life reveal about the holds over your heart?
What is the opposite of love and can our God absorb it?
We wade through a sea of words our entire existence, but only a few have the power to change the trajectory of our life.
In the story of the paralytic man, Jesus gives more than what the man was looking for. He gives him what he needs.
During difficult times it's the church that steps in to encourage and spur one another to love and good deeds.