Good afternoon! Most things are back to normal here after Lifeline, and I took the show today to rehash some of the topics we hit during Lifeline, and also to thank you for your incredible support of our ministry!
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I rehashed a little bit of our Lifeline theme today, so I talked about Romans 5:8, and how God still sent His son to die for us even we didn’t deserve it. We are sinful, and while on earth, we will always be sinful. Jesus died knowing that we aren’t perfect, but He died in hopes that one day, because of Him, we will be.
I talked today about Jordan Feliz and his song ‘Beloved’. That song holds such a great encouragement because you ARE beloved. This world is going to tell you so many lies, but in this song, Jordan Feliz says to forget the lies you’ve heard, and to rise above the hurt because we are children of God. That is the truth and that is the truth that we need to focus on.
Also, today, I talked about MercyMe’s new song ‘Even If’. There are days where we feel awful. We feel defeated. We feel broken. It’s easy to sing when nothing is wrong, but when we feel destroyed, it’s not so easy anymore. God is able to do more than we could ever ask or imagine, and the song talks about how we know that God is able and how we know that God can do all things, but sometimes our plans don’t line up. The hardest part of going through a trial is saying “Even if You don’t, God, You are still my hope. You are still good, and I will continue to put my hope in you alone.” This is my challenge to you this week, whatever trial you are going through, walking through fire, feeling like David up against Goliath, when you pray to God, say “I know you can do this, but even if you don’t, Lord, you are still my hope.”
The word of the day today was: PROGNOSTICATE /präɡˈnästəˌkāt/
This word is a verb that means to foretell or prophesy (an event in the future).
To read more on the history of this word, click here!