What do you do when you have a bad day? Do you isolate? Do you snap at everyone who comes in your path? Jesus had the worst bad day ever. Let’s see what He focused on.
Worst day ever? We’ve all had them, but we may not have caused them. Maybe somebody else did. What can we do in our own bad day? Look what Jesus did. He focused on others.
Have you ever had the worst day ever? Maybe you feel like the worst year ever? Well, Jesus understands your worst day, because He had the worst day ever when He hung on the cross. Let’s look & see what he said & did.
We all want to be & do great in our lives. First we have to understand in God’s eyes what greatness really means & looks like. Let’s look at Jesus’s life.
Do you have an area in your life where you’ve said, “I can’t see why I’m in debt” or “I can’t see why people don’t want to be close to me?” Well, maybe you have a blind spot? Let’s find out how we can see our blind spots and then we can get to the places and plans God has for us.
What if you are 1 decision away from having success in an area of your life? What if acquiring wisdom is the tipping point to take you to the top? Let’s dig into wisdom.
One day Jesus had 10 Lepers shout out to Him, “Jesus, have pity on me!” They all received cleansing form this terrible disease, but only 1 was totally healed. What gives with that? let’s look at the 1 out of 10, & see what he understood that the other 9 didn’t. It’s so powerful!
Have you ever wondered how Peter could go on and become an Apostle for the Lord Jesus after he blew it and denied the Lord 3 times? let’s see what happened in his life.
Have you ever had a hard time standing for the truth of God’s Word, without condemning people with the truth? Let’s look at how Jesus handles this situation.
The Apostle Peter said as a follower of Jesus, we are to always be ready to speak up & tell anyone who asks why we’re living the way we do and answer with respect & courteously. So what do we say to people who have questions & even doubts abouts our faith in God? Let’s look to Jesus’s encounter with Caiaphas for some answers.
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