There was no danger. There was nothing on the water. It was just a reflection.
Maggie was barking because it's her job to sound the alarm and she is 100% committed to her work.
As disciples of Christ, it is our job to sound the alarm, too. I wish we were as committed to our job as Maggie is to hers.
Christ has died for our sin. Christ has risen. Christ is coming again.
No man comes to the Father except through Him.
We live in a dark and lonely world where our sin-riddled lives are only a reflection of the adventure God intended.
Christ came to give us new life and a personal relationship with Him. We, His followers, are charged with the task of spreading the news to the uttermost parts of the earth, beginning with those closest to us. I sometimes wonder how well I'm doing that. I give money to missionaries, which certainly helps carry the cause of Christ to "Judea, Samaria, and the uttermost ends of the earth", but what about my "Jerusalem"?
It would be tragedy to support missions in foreign lands but fail to share Christ with those closest to us. We have the greatest news of all. Who have you told about Jesus this week?
"... you shall be my witnesses both in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and even to the remotest parts of the earth." Acts 1:8 nasb
Be sure to check the updated Prayer List
In case you missed one of the past week's posts, here are the links: Peace Only Comes When We Have Dealt With Our Sin, Starting a Prayer List, Priorities and the Goat Demons: Who has first priority in your life?, Death is Swallowed Up in Victory, The Turning Point: A Grateful Heart, You are Greatly Loved, A Little Taste of Heaven: Body of Christ, and Friday Night with Friends: Food and Faith, and The Priest Job#evangelism #tellingthegoodnews #JesusChrist #wonderdogs #linesfromleanna #LeannaHollis