Washed. Sanctified. Justified.

These are the finished products when we place our faith in Jesus. His blood cleanses us (washed). His blood makes us holy (sanctified). His blood frees us and declares us righteous (justified). We never have to do for God. It’s done because of God through the name of the Lord Jesus and the Spirit of... Continue Reading →

What does that say about your faith?

If you claim to be a believer in Jesus and all you say/post is venom, what does that say about you faith?“Let no corrupt word proceed out of your mouth, but what is good for necessary edification, that it may impart grace to the hearers.” Ephesians 4:29 If you claim to be a believer in... Continue Reading →

A Real Encounter with Jesus

I’ve been thinking about this a lot. We can know Jesus like we know celebrity or a sports icon. Where you can know a lot about them in regards to roles they played, stats from games, history, spouses, kids, etc. but there is no real relationship. You don’t actually know them, you just know about... Continue Reading →

An All Consuming Fire

Where do you place your security? Is it in your money, your job, your title? Where do you find joy? It is through sports, shopping, entertainment, or relationships? Where do you find your peace? Is it in wine, working out, tv, video games? If we find our security, joy, and peace in anything other than... Continue Reading →

Uphill Climb

Ever have one of those hard weeks where you want to crawl into a hole and just stay there awhile? Just like an adult self imposed timeout where you need to step aside for a bit? I know that may sound a bit dramatic, but this week has felt like an uphill climb I was... Continue Reading →

Enmity

Our carnal (worldly, fleshy) mind is enmity (actively opposed to or hostile) against God. Our natural minds wage war against the things of God. Ever felt that? 🙋🏻‍♀️ I have. Romans 8:5-8 “For those who live according to the flesh set their minds on the things of the flesh, but those who live according to... Continue Reading →

Perspective

Perspective. It’s a choice. We can choose to see in the positive in life despite the negatives. Or we can miss the positives because of the negatives. Ultimately, it’s our choice. We have the power to choose. Either let the trials of life define us and that be all we see or let them refine... Continue Reading →

Easter

Why were none of the disciples waiting by Jesus’ tomb on the third day? Looking at the gospel of Matthew, Jesus states to His disciples multiple times what must happen to Him. “From then on Jesus began to tell His disciples plainly that it was necessary for Him to go to Jerusalem, and that He... Continue Reading →

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