Weekend Whispers

The Weekend Brew: The Resurrection And The Life


May you reflect today on the cross and His suffering.
May you remember that He bore your sin and shame.
May you be reminded of the cost of being His.

May your eyes look to heaven and know, He is risen.
Though days may be dark, He is the light.
You may have experienced death — death of a dream, a promise, a loved one.
May you rememberer the promise that is yours:

The one who believes in me shall live, even though they die.

He is the resurrection and the life.
May you rise up from the ashes today, fill your lungs with the breath of God, and walk on.

Wishing you and your family a joyous Easter!

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He Remembered Me

He remembers 2

Do you ever have days where you feel unseen, forgotten, overlooked, unappreciated?  I’ve had more than my fair share of these days of late.  This pressing into Jesus, this seeking His face and determining to find my fulfillment in Him and Him alone, it’s a hard journey at times.

The world would tell me that I crave man’s approval.
The world would tell me that my eyes are for everything else but Him.
The world would tell me that my time is better spent doing rather than being with Him.
The world would tell me that my sin is too great, my shame too deep.

I give in to the

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He Is Risen!!!


The Tomb is Empty!  HE IS RISEN!!

On the first day of the week, very early in the morning, the women took the spices they had prepared and went to the tomb. 2They found the stone rolled away from the tomb, 3but when they entered, they did not find the body of the Lord Jesus. 

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Beyond the Cross

Silhouette of a man Praising Jesus

As Easter Sunday approaches, I’ve been reflecting on the ultimate sacrifice that Jesus paid for me by going to the cross.  He gave of Himself willingly, without hesitation. He suffered great pain, humiliation and feelings of abandonment and detachment from the Father.  Oh how it must have grieved God, but only for a moment, because in that moment where Jesus took His last breath and said, “It is finished”, the most selfless, enduring, intense and extreme love was displayed.  He did this all for me simply because He loves me!

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