God has written you a letter, child. It says that your sins are forgiven and that you are never alone, that you have a people
Always aware of the failures of those outside of our walls, we have ignored the many impediments hindering our own vision.
The reason we are so fearful of our sin, the reason we are so hesitant to acknowledge it, is because we are so used to it. We’ve become so accustomed to living a life of sinful patterns that, even though we may pay lip service to wanting to be holy, the fear of letting go of our sinful nature is overwhelming.
On this Good Friday, let our guilt be replaced with gratitude.
We are like David! No matter how much we love the Lord, we cannot save ourselves (or our world) from the evil within.
This is the story of one who took the blame.
We were the ones who did it. But we weren’t the ones punished for it.
Parenting has been one of the most humbling adventures I’ve ever been on. Whatever I learned in school and from the textbooks gets thrown out the window when my three-year-old refuses to let me buckle her in the car seat while my 9-month old is screaming for his bottle.