Life revolves around cycles, and that includes our spiritual life, our physical life, and our emotional life. And so in all of those aspects of living, we experience cycles, and in each of those cycles, we experience levels of healing – healing that is very important to our overall health and well-being.
Join Dr. Paula for a special Easter episode.
Listen in to hear the LifePoint Church Sunday sermon.
Episode #73 – Brian explains Lent.
Listen in to special guest Pastor and Dan Mohler for an encouraging message.
This month we are talking about how to be brave in a scary world. Today I want to tackle the looming fear that we don’t want to talk about—the fear of death—and seven ways that we can be brave.
Today I’m sharing just a quick Easter blessing from my heart to yours! Each and every one of you are so loved and seen by an almighty God, and it is my honor to celebrate that love with you today! Happy Easter, friends! xo, Shari
May your hope and joy abound today as you celebrate Jesus!
It is the disordered place, the place where life makes little or no sense, the place of death and of grief.
For the last 2,000 years, the uncompromising truth of Jesus as the only way to God has caused men and women to lay down their lives to bring others to Christ.
“It’s forgiveness,” she says. And the words catch me off guard.
We know the end of the story, and (as someone has said) “We win”…because HE won!
The joy restored in triumph. Jesus, the Second Adam, was the Victor!
Lay down your life, love well and pray. Walk where He walks, give yourself away.
It gets a little confusing, when I think my polished outsides will somehow make up for what’s lurking on the inside. The shady greys of compromise begin to blur my vision.
Tetelestai!* It is finished! The death of Christ on the Cross is the HINGE of human history…and now before He breathes His last breath… a cry of victory, It is finished!
As the body of Christ cannot meet like normal, there has been an amazing opportunity for people who would never step foot into a church to get plugged into every Sunday, every week at some form of church online.
You see, God isn’t hard to find. It’s just hard for us to do the locating. We’re too distracted by the world to realize that He is here with us all along.
This journey would end in death but the ultimate irony ~ Victory over it! That’s always God’s way ~ Good out of bad!
What happens next in the unfolding drama of the crucifixion of our Lord is incomprehensible! It’s an abandonment so profoundly mysterious that it boggles the mind…but ravishes the believing heart!
At the core of Lent, we must remember that we have a High Priest who died once and for all as payment for the sins of the world (Hebrews 10:12).
Ash Wednesday was a day when we all remembered that someday we would each die and face our Maker.
We reflect on the need for that journey and we confess our sins to you. We have fallen short of your glory and the perfection we had in Eden.