Jesus Paid It All. Will You Give Your All To Him?

Beloved,

As we are gaining more perceived freedoms from the restrictions associated with Covid-19, I hope and pray that you are remembering who is making it all possible, God. God created the world by the speaking of His words and God has provided everything that we have ever needed since the beginning of time. Do you remember that? As you go through your daily rhythms of life, you should.

And, while many act as if life on this side of glory is all that there is to be lived, God did not neglect your immortal soul. God made provision for you for that as well through His Son, our Lord and Savior, Jesus the Christ. Jesus went to the cross and paid it all so that you could have salvation and eternal life. Do you remember that? As you go through your daily rhythms of life, you should.

If God has provided EVERYTHING for you on this side of glory and on the other side of glory as well as making it possible for you to transition from glory to glory, should you not give your EVERYTHING back to God?

Does God expect for you to? Does Jesus expect for you to? Does the Holy Spirit expect for you to?

Luke 14:27,33 seems to offer an answer, "Whoever does not carry the cross and follow me cannot be my disciple...So therefore, none of you can become my disciple if you do not give up all your possessions."

Beloved, following Jesus as His disciple is the epitome of what it means to be a Christian. And, Jesus does not want you to figuratively carry a cross. No, Jesus wants you to remember the cross, the place of your redemption, the place where Jesus paid it all for you. Do you remember that? As you go through your daily rhythms of life, you should.

And, as you live your life, all of your life belongs to Jesus - health, wealth, and relationships. If you stop seeing church as a place to go, you will have a better understanding of that. If you stop seeing church as something to do, you will have a better understanding of that. If you see yourself as church, as the Body of Christ, you will have a better understanding of that. Do you remember that? As you go through your daily rhythms of life, you should.

Your best life was offered to you in Christ. You cannot live your best life unless you offer your life back to Him. Do you remember that? As you go through your daily rhythms of life, you should.

Beloved, until you die, you are going to live. Try living your life for Jesus without hesitation or excuse and I truly believe that you will have the best life before you because Jesus came to offer you the best life, the abundant life. Do you remember that? As you go through your daily rhythms of life, you should.

Part of our daily rhythms of life as a church family is that we connect for Noonday Prayer. Please check your email and make sure you have the new identification number for the Zoom connection and let us come and give some time to God together.

Part of our daily rhythms of life as a church family is that we listen to our sermonic message on The Light radio station or internet connection if we can at 3pm on Wednesdays. Let us come and give some time to God together.

And, part of our daily rhythms of life as a church family is that we gather together on Sunday morning for 11am worship service, in-person or virtually. And, oh how blessed it is with in-person. Recommit yourself to gathering with us if you can. Let us come and give some time to God together.

Remember, Jesus paid it all. Will you give your all to Him?

And, as you go through your day and your daily rhythms of life, remember that God loves you and I love you too.

Be blessed,

Rev. Cain

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