- 3 years ago
We serve a great God. Throughout history, he has done great things for his people.
We worship a victorious savior. He defeated sin, death, took all the wrath of a righteous God, he bought us back from slavery to sin and made us sons and daughters of
Last week - even in our failures, the victory of Christ is demonstrated.
When we fail, when we sin, we remember that Jesus' victory on the cross carried away my sins.
God wants you to think about, meditate on, study and explore the victories of Jesus. He wants you to see that his grace really is greater than all our sin.
There is no moment or circumstance of my life that is not impacted by God's greatness and the victorious work of Jesus Christ.
What about those times when we're discouraged and worn?
Do God's people get discouraged?
Ps 77:3, I remembered you, o God, and I groaned
Ps 102:4-6, I forgot to eat
Jer 20:14, I curse the day I was born.
Job 10:1 I loathe my very life.
Why does God allow his people to be discouraged?