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The Road through Calvary strengthens faith.

The Road through Calvary strengthens faith.

As Jesus was in the tomb it all seemed lost. People didn’t realize that the story wasn’t over.
Sometimes we won’t see, comprehend or understand what God is doing. We can be so overwhelmed by the situation we’re in and forget that God is still in control and that He hasn’t stepped away, even though it may seem like it.

Read Isaiah 26:3 (http://bit.ly/29bviS2)

Be encouraged that even in the silence and the stillness God is still at work.
As we continue to trust Him, He strengthens our faith and gives us peace.

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The Road through Calvary calls us to Trust

The Road through Calvary calls us to Trust

Have you ever been in a difficult situation?
Who hasn’t right. Failed an exam or had to give someone bad news?
We have all been in bad and uncomfortable situations. I find that in those situations, trusting God is more helpful than knowing how everything is going to turn out.

Read Luke 23:46-47 (http://bit.ly/2X7ZNwO)

In this passage of scripture Jesus is on the cross and He surrenders His Spirit to God. Despite hanging on the cross, He still trusts God. This has everything to do with who God is. As Jesus trusted God, we are called to trust Him too.

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The Road through Calvary brings Truth and Freedom

The Road through Calvary brings Truth and Freedom

Who do you enjoy being with the most?
Those who know and accept the real you, failures and all?
Or those you have to pretend around?

To be honest, I enjoy being around the ones who know the real me, because pretending is an exhausting waste of your life. It’s living a lie.

Now imagine this, the God who knows us, the real us, failures and all, still chose to send Jesus to die for us. Calvary wasn’t about perfect people, but about a perfect God and His love for imperfect us! This love (truth) set us free.

Read Romans 5:7-8 (http://bit.ly/2WZW83U)

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#RoadThroughCalvary

Have you ever heard the saying, ‘life is a journey’?
We hear it all the time.

And like any journey, it has its good and bad moments, along with rocky and smooth roads. And so it is with life – but there’s one journey that changed the course of history for all mankind. Whether you believe it or not.

This week we will go on that journey, the road that led to the cross, and meet the God who meets us where we are and walks us through to victory. In Him.

May this week be a moment of reflection for you.
Read Philippians 2:6-8 (http://bit.ly/2X7kKba)

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