Thanks you Ken, for sending in such an amazing poem! What will it be like when we finally see our savior face to face? It will be an indescribable meeting. Click the link below to read Ken’s poem.
Joseph’s Christian Testimony
Joseph’s life was transformed by many miraculous workings of our great God & Savior – Jesus Christ.
I recently met Joseph (through the website) and his is truly a life transformed by the miraculous workings of the Jesus of the Bible. Praise God for his story and for his willingness to share the truth of our Lord and Savior – Jesus Christ. Take some time to check out his website – Serious Things.
Lacie’s poem reminds us to cultivate a relationship with Jesus Christ – to walk with Him daily as we navigate life.
When pain and sorrow strike, which they will (it’s only a matter of time), we need to rely on Jesus to bring us through. He’s promised that He will always sustain us (Psalm 23:4; John 14:18; 2 Corinthians 1:3-5; 2 Thessalonians 2:16). He, unlike many of us, keeps His word.
But we shouldn’t just call on Him when life overwhelms us. We need to cultivate a relationship with Him; we need to modify our way of living so that He is always in our thoughts and our minds. He will always be with us to comfort us in times of trouble, but He will also guide us in every situation – if we let Him.
Savior on the Cross
Jesus paid an awful price so we could have eternal life. We owe Him our allegiance. A moving poem.
Can you imagine a crowd of people screaming at you, pushing you, punching you . . . all the while knowing they were planning to kill you in a grotesque manner?
I broke my nose last week and had to have it reset yesterday. The anticipation of the pain made me very nervous (yes, I’m a complete and utter wimp). When I felt (and heard) the bones grinding in my face, I thought, “This is the worst pain I’ve ever felt!” But getting a nose snapped back in place is nothing compared to what Jesus endured for us.
Cindy’s poem reminds us that Jesus paid the price for our sins, by suffering a gruesome, painful death that He knew about beforehand – so we could have eternal life.