He knows

It can be easy to forget that Jesus was human, that He was made mortal for a time. He had a plan to complete. One that was started many years before He came to earth. He knows how it feels to be down, to feel away from God. He knows how it is to feel your calling is too much for you. In the garden, he begged for the calling to be taken from him, but only by Gods own will.

Jesus completed the call by dying on the cross and defeating death by being raised from the dead. He defeated the fear of death, so we know we can be with him forever. Why then, do we still live in the shadow of the Fall? Why do we still live as if Jesus didn’t deliver us?

He knows what it is to be human and to have the thoughts and doubts that we are not worthy. All He asks us to do, is to take hold of what He fought for. He wants us to be with Him, and to live a life of victory, because the most precious blood in the whole of Earths creation was spilled for us. The blood of the King of kings.

Addictions, fears, worries, sins and blackness exist. We cant live and lead our services convincing ourselves that if we do not mention them, they will go away. There are far too many wonderful christian people who are living in the dark and not in victory because they are scared to say where they really are in their faith and in life. We need to acknowledge that sin is very real. Addictions are very real. Doubts are very real. Confusion, fear, worry are all real. They need bringing in the light so they can be dealt with, without judgement, without critical eyes.

Open up to the new life that has been given free of charge. Open your eyes to the pain and suffering all around us, not in our workplaces or streets alone, but in our churches themselves.

He knows what it is to suffer, but He also gave freedom.

9 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Kathie at hisglorysm
    Mar 09, 2014 @ 16:20:54

    So very well said! I am privileged to work with many of those hurting individuals in the church. By God’s grace, I serve them with the compassion and wisdom of Christ. In the end it is a wondrous thing to see many of them freed to live for, love and serve Him with glad hearts. We do serve a God of miracles!


  2. The Rev. Deirdre Whitfield
    Mar 11, 2014 @ 02:38:03

    I like your writing. Thank you for sharing this and liking my blog. I will look forward to more. Peace and Blessings


  3. A Servant
    Mar 11, 2014 @ 22:58:34

    Free indeed, great post!


  4. hope4theheartalways
    Mar 12, 2014 @ 03:03:42

    Hello – thank you for choosing to follow my blog. With so many options available, I truly appreciate your choosing to read my writing. As I read your post it resonated with me. It’s why I write. I want to create a place where people can be real with themselves, real with God and find unconditional hope regardless of circumstance. Blessings to you and your family.


  5. davidkitz
    Mar 15, 2014 @ 12:08:13

    Keep living, loving and caring in the full resurrection victory of Jesus.


  6. Eddie Two Hawks
    May 06, 2014 @ 16:14:04

    Thank you so much for following and presenting me with the opportunity to discover your wonderful world! Eddie


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