We are almost to Easter Sunday! This is the week we reflect on what Christ did for us on the cross as we prepare to celebrate His resurrection on Sunday.
What to Do with the Cross
The Cross of Christ changed everything. From the timeline of history to the timelessness of our souls, the cross divides the before and after. At the Cross we find ourselves before the God of creation and the Lord of all. We will leave the foot of the Cross in a moment that changes everything, whether or not we say “Yes” or “No” to the gift of His life. The Cross changes everything.
It’s Wednesday!!! Are you ready for another Warm Hearted Wednesday Link-up?
Last week we did some Spiritual Spring Cleaning as we took a look at our hearts and lives and cleaned out anything that stood in our way of being closer to Christ.
Today we are looking forward to Resurrection Sunday and we want prepare the way for our Savior.
“The voice of one crying in the wilderness: ‘Prepare the way of the Lord, make his paths straight,'” (Mark 1:3 ESV)
So for today’s link-up let’s prepare the way for our Master. One day Jesus will be returning to earth with a mighty trumpet. Are you ready to see Him? How can you get ready?
Today tell me how your going to prepare for Jesus return.
Are you watching for Jesus to return? What are you doing to serve Him now while you wait?
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They beat Him beyond recognition. They stripped Him of His garments and gambled them away. They spat on Him as they mocked Him. They placed a crown made of thorns on His head as they took great pleasure in their blasphemous insults toward Him.
We who were raised in church remember reading the Easter story and being told that Jesus died for us to forgive us, because we were sinners. That is true, but so much more happened.
I was present the day Jesus was nailed to the tree. I wasn’t just in the crowd yelling out, “Crucify Him!” I was crucified with Him. How is this possible? How can this be, if this took place a couple thousand years before I was even thought of?
Cliché, I know, but “the Bible tells me so.”