Daily Christian Devotional – Surely He Hath Born Our Grief’s

Daily Christian Devotional:
Surely He Hath Born our Grief’s and Carried Our Sorrows

This daily Christian devotional focuses on the benefits of the atonement of Jesus Christ. Jesus suffered for our sins and the sins of the whole world in the garden of Gethsemane and again on the cross of Calvary. His dying brought new life for us when he was resurrected.

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He suffered for both our sins and for our sorrows. When we sin, we have sorrow. But we have sorrow for many other reasons. We don’t have to live in the depths of despair when we sin. We can ask our Heavenly Father for forgiveness of our sins and know that we will be forgiven. We can also let our wounded soul be restored whole and well again by letting the Saviors’ atonement heal our sorrows. We do not need to carry the weight of sin and sorrow if we let the Lord into our life.

Whether you choose to repent or not, whether you choose to let the Saviors’ atonement help you or not is up to you. It was done some two thousand years ago. It is a done deal that history bears a witness of. Whether you choose to let it into your life or not, doesn’t change the fact that it happened. So take hold of the eternal and endless sacrifice and let it into your heart and soul and be healed. Why try to bear the weight of our sins and sorrows on our own when we don’t have to?

Troy Wagstaff ©

Daily Devotional With Christian Pictures

Daily Devotional With Christian Pictures or Memes

Christ-Like Love

Christ-Like Love

This spritely Christian picture comes from 1 Corinthians 13 that talks about charity, which in this case is another word for love. This passage of scripture describes what the attributes of love are.  Just as there are many kinds of love, romantic love, friendship love, love our fellowman, and love ourselves to mention a few, these attribute can and should apply in all those love relationships.

Include loving ourselves. I hope that is not a foreign thought. Remember the scripture that says “love thy neighbor as thyself”?  If you don’t love yourself then you can’t love your neighbor much, if at all.

That commandment to love our neighbor as our self is a two pronged commandment. Love our self and love our neighbor. This is not a selfish thing, it’s an inspired thing. If you love yourself and recognize that you are a son or daughter of God then you would want to treat yourself better by not getting involved in anything that can harm the temple that you are.

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