“Two are better than one,
because they have a
good return for their toil.
For if they fall,
one will lift up his fellow.”


Life is like the Lost & Found. We’re all teddy bears and baseball caps: waiting to go home. As Christians, we are no longer lost. We know where we belong. What about those still stuck in the box? All of us share a common thread, we all have felt trapped, alone, and uncertain of the future. We have been lost in our sin. Yet, as believers, our lives were redeemed by Jesus Christ and in Him we find our hope. Consider this: our lives are not our own. We were redeemed from our sin by the blood shed on the cross. Our lives belong to the One who purchased them. Property of God. If we take this perspective, the daily grind isn’t so mundane any more. The choices we face each day take on new significance. If we measure a brand name by the quality of its product, then what does my life say about Jesus Christ? Think about it. We are a reflection of God to the world around us. Every minute. Everyday.

 Echoes of Mercy:

\”Borrow Mine\” by Bebo Norman 


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