Jesus and Humanity

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Hebrews 2:1-18, 1 Corinthians 15:50-56, Colossians 1:15-20

We’ve been working through a catechism with our kids. One question asks, “Why must the Redeemer be truly human?” The answer: “That in human nature he might on our behalf perfectly obey the whole law and suffer the punishment for human sin; and also that he might sympathize with our weaknesses.” Jesus’s humanity is an essential doctrine for every believer.

In Hebrews 2, the tapestry of Christ’s salvation work highlights Jesus’s humanity. We’re told that God’s people “must pay attention all the more to what we have heard so that we will not drift away” (Hebrews 2:1).

God’s words are more sure than those of an expert, best friend, or even angels. The gospel is an anchor that keeps us from drifting. What anchors you daily? Are you tethered to Christ or drifting along with the fleeting world?  There is no other way of salvation for sinful humans. The Redeemer had to be truly human to be a merciful high priest, able to make atonement for the people’s sins once and for all. The sacrifices of lambs and goats couldn’t change sinful hearts, but Jesus’s sacrifice was superior because it did (vv.14–17).

He did what no human could do—obey God’s law perfectly. He was the human we were all meant to be. In fulfilling the law, Jesus removed the sting of death and the power of sin over us. If He never came, we would still stand condemned. Now, His perfect obedience has been applied to those united to Him by faith.

Not only did He live the perfect life, but He also suffered and died in the place of sinners. Because He suffered when He was tempted, He can help us when we’re tempted (v.18). He swallowed up death and gave us the victory (1Corinthians 15:50–58). His obedience to the Father accomplished our adoption, atonement, sanctification, reconciliation, redemption, and eventually, our glorification (Hebrews 2:10–13,17). He was made lower than the angels for a short time but everything will be fully subjected to Him in the end (Hebrews 2:7–9, Colossians 1:19–20). 

Where is your attention fixed most days? Is it on a relationship, work, children, the phone, hardships, or longings? It’s amazing to think about how God is mindful of us, cares for us, and is concerned with the details of our lives (Hebrews 2:6). But the greatest way He’s shown this is by sending Jesus to bring many sons and daughters to glory. Fix your eyes on Jesus Christ and you won’t drift.

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  1. Mayla says:

    How sweet is his love for us!❤️

  2. Lexi Liddiard says:

    This can be hard to accomplish: “pay attention all the more.” Only God through me and with me can accomplish this… I long for this type of attentiveness I so do not naturally have.

  3. Sarah Gibson says:

    The question, “where is your attention fixed most days?” really hits me. Such an important question to reflect on and I want to work to put into my heart Hebrews 2:1 to keep myself truly anchored to the Lord and fixed on Him.

  4. nana sarkodee-adoo says:

    Makes a lot of sense and I feel very similar. You verbalized the feeling wel. Thanks for sharing!

  5. Shaina Zavala says:

    Please pray with me that these words would soak into my spirit and heart. I read them and I know it’s true but it feels like something learned ….. I want to feel like it’s something I KNOW. If that makes sense.

  6. Sydney Scott says:

    Needed this.
    Needed this review of the gospel.
    So so thankful. I’ve been looking at all the hardships… but do I see Jesus? Let me see you Lord! Truly God and truly man. King. Kind. Redeemer, savior, friend. Brother! I love you!

  7. Laura Trumble says:

    This is a wonderful reminder that Jesus truly sees us and is with us, in His humanity and in His righteousness. How blessed are we to be loved by a God who would come down to be with us, only to love us better than we could ever imagine.

  8. Shea Frederickson says:

    I am so glad I read your words this morning. There was a time in my life where every decision every thought was with Jesus & now I struggle to get back there. Allowing life to run me. I will pray for you to find your faith stronger than before as I seek more.

  9. Tara Beatty says:

    Prayers for you and your husband Lynne from Alabama. It is heartbreaking what health issues can do to a person.

  10. Zamora Rice says:

    I need to start focusing on spending majority of my screen time in a Bible app or even turning away from the phone and reading my physical Bible. Been craving Gods presence I miss how I was so on fire for him. It’s time to reconcile my relationship with him and fix my eyes on Jesus Christ.

  11. Carol Crossman says:

    Praying for Lynne and all sisters. Our brother Jesus intercedes for us all. He knows what we are dealing with.

  12. Patricia Lefner says:


  13. Melissa Hopkins says:

    My attention has been on what I want not what God sees as best for me.

  14. Sarah Dombrowski says:

    So glad you can dive in deep- it is worth the risk and the sacrifice! Be blessed!

  15. Terri Baldwin says:

    “FIX OUR EYES ON JESUS CHRIST!!!!” He swallowed up death and gave us a victory! He is who we should seek every day!!

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  17. Carol Ann Davis says:

    Lynne, I am praying for you and your husband.

  18. Kacie Harlan says:

    And to think.. so many of us feel we are unworthy and not good enough.. yet Jesus gave his life for each and every one of us.. HOW SPECIAL ARE WE?! If we are worthy of His love, then we are more than good enough for any worldly thing. Praying for everyone here who struggles with confidence and self image.

  19. Lehua K. says:

    Where has my attention been? To be honest, my attention recently has been fixed on my pain, shortcomings, worries, fears, sicknesses, and challenges. I need to fix my eyes on Jesus more. What we focus on grows. I need to stop focusing on what I can’t do and focus on what He -can- do. Thank you Beverly for the beautiful devotional and for asking that reflection question.

    @Donna Wolcott I also have the Jesus Calling devotional and it has been so helpful for me. You’re right – 10/18 did align nicely with today’s reading. It also spoke to me personally with a dilemma I’m facing and praying over. I will trust and leave it in God’s hands.

    @Lynne from Alabama, please know that you and your husband are wrapped in God’s love and the faithful prayers of this beautiful SRT community. Praying as well for you both.

    Thank you ladies who prayed for my health recovery. The sinus infection is almost gone, it’s just some coughing, stuffiness, and slight, occasional sinus pressure. I may go back to work tomorrow. I pray for my mother in law and brother in law, whom I live with and are still sick. My mom is also facing some physical and emotional challenges, please pray for her. I haven’t seen my parents for years, and it’s been rough being apart from them for so long.

    Thank You Jesus that we have hope and peace when we rest in You and focus on You.

  20. Lauren GW says:

    Lynne- praying for you, I can’t imagine how painful this is

  21. Ashley Pallie says:

    Praying for you, Lynne

  22. Claire B says:

    Lynn, how heartbreaking this must be. Prayers for you and your family.

  23. Victoria E says:

    Gaby Thompson I am praying for you and rejoicing that you are coming back to your walk with God. Susan I am praying for you and your sons family. I cannot see who has posted about her husband having some sort of neurological issue , but I am praying for you. Neurological problems are among the toughest. Sisters if I may add my request- I ask for wisdom and peace and providence as my family and I prepare to move into what we pray will be our home for a long while. There are many things to do and I tend to fixate on those instead of God when life gets crazy.

  24. Susan Lincks says:

    I see You, Jesus!

  25. Melissa Brazier says:

    My heart breaks for you and your husband. I will be praying with you and for you both.

  26. Mercy says:

    Susan, you are right. Holding Jesus’s hand, one day at a time. I am gonna do the same. Thank you for the direction. Hugs and love sent to you and your dear family.

  27. Susan says:

    Mercy, I’m not sure how I am, but this I know, I want to honor the Lord through this grief process. I’m at my daughter in laws this week. The 3 Littles certainly keep my mind occupied and there is plenty to stay busy with. Andy’s wife is pretty overwhelmed with all the things she is facing. One step at a time, one day at a time…holding Jesus hand

  28. Mercy says:

    I am so thankful for the reminder of today’s devotional. It is very easy to drift away. This world and the demonic principalities behind it are using full force to drift us with temptations and violence. The Kingdom of Heaven suffers violence and the violent take it by force (Matthew 11:12). May we stay anchored/abiding in the Lord, not just to have our mind/thinking affixed on truth, but for the powerful covering under His mighty wings in times of trouble (Psalm 91:1). Navigating through a season of grief from the sting of death on this side of eternity, I am thankful for this truth: In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trumpet. For the trumpet will sound, and the dead will be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed (1 Corinthians 15:2). Then we who are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air. And thus we shall always be with the Lord (1 Thessalonians 4:17). At the same time I grieve because many in my families never know the Lord, even have come to reject and despise the truth that was shared, to honor traditions of men, what they are used to because it’s comfortable for them. BUT GOD. I can just put all my hope in the merciful God, that He can change their hearts while there’s still time.

    @Susan, how are you today? I am continuing to pray for you and Andy’s family. Sending you hugs and lots of love.

  29. Traci Gendron says:

    I want my mouth to reflect my heart. I want my heart to be more like Jesus. Please Lord help me. Unzip my heart and drop your love in. Your words.

    SUSAN – What a beautiful gift to receive this letter.
    LYNN – Praying for you and your husband.

  30. Tami C says:

    Lynn – praying for you and Jack. May you feel the Lord’s peace and May the doctors have wisdom to get to the bottom of this. Ladies, listen to “thank you Jesus for the blood” by Charity Gayle. Perfect for this reading today.

  31. Kimberly Z says:

    Praying for you Gabby and Lynn. As somebody who has faced many trials over the last couple of months I feel my faith in God has really tested me. I don’t understand why I have to face painful trials somebody else will never face. As somebody who feels very pulled to be a wife and mother I get saddened that I have not experienced that yet. I have struggled to relate to my friends who are married and have kids lately and that is something I have never dealt with. As somebody who is always excited and happy for others this is hard for me. Praying this reading really helps me have better comfort and insight for Gods plan for my life.

  32. Lexi B says:

    Lynn- praying for you and your hubby. Praying for a clear mind for him, free of delusions. Praying endurance for you.

    I struggled with understanding 1 Corithians 15:56. This is what I found on it’s meaning from BibleRef; hope it helps:

    The previous few verses described the moment when death will be swallowed up in victory as the dead in Christ are resurrected with new, glorified bodies. At that same moment, those in Christ who are still living will be changed, as well. All will be translated into eternal, powerful, imperishable new bodies (1 Corinthians 15:42–44). Paul has even used Hosea’s words to taunt death, saying “O death, where is your sting?” (Hosea 13:14).

    He now follows this train of thought to show what is ultimately responsible for human death. It is not God or Satan. It is sin. “Death spread to all men because all sinned” (Romans 5:12). Sin is the bringer of death.

    How did sin become so powerful? Paul is clear: The power of sin—it’s ability to bring death—comes from the law. By the law, Paul is referring both to the Law of Moses given to Israel, but also to the nature of humanity to rebel against God that revealed itself for the first time when Adam and Eve sinned against God’s command in the garden (Genesis 3:17–19).

    It’s not that the law creates sin in people. The law reveals sin by demonstrating that humans are not capable of obeying God. Given any command from God, our nature is to rebel, to sin. In this way, all are shown to be sinful (Romans 3:23), and all are shown to deserve death (Romans 6:23). Praise God that is not the end of the story, as the following verse reveals.

  33. Jo says:

    LINDAK, praise God for His faithfulness in a successful operation
    LYNNE FROM AL, praying for you and your husband, I can’t imagine how painful it must be, so encouraging that there are She’s like JUDY to provide you with just the support you need
    DOROTHY, He can indeed knit all things together for good, and He will! My husband and I can testify that, when He provided our most perfect home in circumstances where everything seemed stacked against us and nothing seemed to be going according to our plan. Praying that all these ‘niggles’ will be brought into line with His will for you!

  34. Dorothy says:

    What a powerful, thought-provoking, and eye-opening devotion Beverly wrote. Her questions really got me thinking. To realize God sent His Son in human form just to die to cleanse us of my/our sins. WOW!!!! REJOICE!!!! To know God thinks that much of His children, and to know Christ considers me a sister —- AWE-INSPIRING!!!! BUT GOD!!!!

    Thank You God for allowing me to be holy and blameless through Christ’s blood being shed on the cross. I will continue to believe and stand firm in the truth of the resurrection and Holy Spirit. In Christ’s name, amen.

    Sisters, I once again come to you asking for prayer. When I went to do the walk through of the house my sister and I are going to move into there was quite a bit wrong with it and several major things that we were told would be fixed. Our moving date is supposed to be this Saturday but now I’m not sure.

    Be blessed and remember no burden is too great for God (and yes I’m remembering this too).

  35. Erin Contreras says:

    He is ALWAYS on our side. We just need to open our hearts and let Him in.

  36. Cherylin says:

    Yet not I but Christ in me! To God be all the glory!

  37. justine viola says:

    I am new to the Christian faith, even though I was born Catholic, baptized, and received communion, I don’t think I ever fully grasped the gift I was given through Jesus. The gift that all of humanity had been given. The reading is a constant reminder for Jesus’ humanity, and the amount of human suffering he took on for us. I am glad that I even found SRT and can be guided through reading the bible.

  38. Rebecca says:

    In the Enduring Word app it states, the phrase -So great a salvation- is a striking reminder of what God has provided in Christ. The word “so” is similar to the instance in the familiar passage , God “so” loved the world (John 3.16) and expresses an unfathomable depth! So we dare not take this salvation gift lightly! It is not just something we receive but something we are being rescued from!
    Prayers over all my sisters requests. ❤️

  39. Hissparrow says:

    Lynne, as I go on my walk this morning, I am praying for you and Jack. Praise the Lord that we as a community here can pray for you. Hold on to the One who loves you and cares for you. His grip on you is strong.

    Have a blessed day, She’s.

  40. LindaK says:

    Good morning Shes, I had my hand surgery yesterday and I’m resting at home with my hand elevated. Things went well. I do have pain so I’m hoping that Tylenol and Tramadol will help, it hasn’t worked for me in the past. Thank you for your prayers and thank you Kelly (NEO) for checking. Lynne praying for you and your husband. My husband had a B12 deficiency which caused him to experience paranoia. It was a scary situation. He now receives B12 injections. Praying for healing of your husband’s body and mind. Praying for you to be strengthened and renewed in your body and mind♥️

  41. Beth Wyant says:

    All Things Together by Andrew Peterson. Not sure why the link won’t share here.

  42. Susan says:

    Lynne, I will pray for you now and will continue.

  43. Rachael Davis says:

    Thanks for that song Beth!

  44. Rachael Davis says:


  45. Katarina Friedman says:

    Thank you Jesus that you became fully human and bore the cross to conquer death and sin. How often I take that for granted. Holy Spirit help me to fix my eyes on Jesus and to be reminded daily and moment and moment what salvation truly means. I’m am lifting all these women today in pray. You know their hearts and stories Lord. Guide them, restore them and fix their eyes on you. Amen

  46. Allison Bentley says:

    14 Since the children have flesh and blood, he too shared in their humanity so that by his death he might break the power of him who holds the power of death—that is, the devil— 15 and free those who all their lives were held in slavery by their fear of death. 16 For surely it is not angels he helps, but Abraham’s descendants. – Hebrews 2:14-16 you have the upper hand against the devil because YOU LIVE IN CHRIST!!! Amen! Thank you Lord for keeping your lines out so I can teether my life to you!!! Thank you for the freedom you provide- I no longer need to fear death or any other thing of this world!!

  47. Janelle Heath says:

    Amen! I am thankful for Gods amazing sacrifices and for this study today.
    Praying for you all.

  48. Janelle Heath says:

    Amen! Thankful for Gods amazing sacrifices and for this study today.

  49. Molly R says:

    My reflection from the reading today (which, I don’t know why, was so powerful to me. At one point tears were streaming down my face at the enormous, yet simple, humility Jesus took on to complete this work):

    I imagine the author of Hebrews sitting at a table, candlelight flicking and illuminating a swath of scrolls that are unfurled in a menagerie of literary testimony. A testimony of culmination of the perfect completion Jesus embodied! I imagine him having been a lukewarm observer of one of the apostles until a “come to Jesus” moment brought the full understanding of what he witnessed, and now he finds himself surrounded by the words he has seen and heard all his life in these scrolls until the moment the true WORD breathed the life in them that this man’s complacent heard needed. And now he is feverishly collecting his literary evidence to spark in his peers and contemporaries the apt zeal Jesus deserves!

    What I also found relatable today, as I flipped back and forth between the Old and New references, was the thought of someone like me with some literary resources to pull testimony from. It’s not like reading an old testament account of someone interacting with God or His spoken word, but rather, someone who, like me, has the enormous blessing of written evidence. Makes me feel uncomfortable with the amount of “information” we have at our disposal, and yet I still can be complacent and lukewarm about my faith! Some simply hear the good news and come alive. I can hold it in my hand, read it whenever I want, and I still can be ho-hum about it. What a blessing to be on the “finished” side of Jesus’ culminating life!!!

  50. Kenna McFall says:

    Gaby I am praying for you today that you will remain anchored to Jesus. You are dearly loved.

  51. L Maddox says:

    Where is my attention fixed most days? I spend a lot more time attending to my humanity rather than remembering and staying anchored in Christ’s humanity. I easily drift to prioritize the wants and needs of my little kingdom instead of God’s kingdom. Lord, please help me to stay anchored in You and the fulfillment of Your promises through Jesus!

  52. Susan Richardson says:

    Lynne, I am praying for you and Jack. Neurological issues are very difficult, and the delusions can be very real, even when you know in your heart they are not reality. I experienced a severe neurological issue earlier this year and had some delusions of my own, I know first hand how horrible they can be. I am praying that Jack is able to see through the tricks of his mind to the reality of your love for him.

  53. Marina Tieken says:

    My Redeemer Lives!!! 

  54. Jennifer Loves Jesus says:

    Praying over this faithful community of women. He hears and sees our every need. Come Lord Jesus, bring comfort, healing and hope.

  55. Donna Wolcott says:

    In “Jesus Calling”, the message for today follows our readings. “Go gently through this day, keeping your eyes on Me. I will open up the way before you as you take steps of trust along your path.” May I remember each day this message. Prayers for those requested and silently on hearts.

  56. Jennifer Loves Jesus says:

    When I am anchored to Jesus I do not drift. “Pay the most careful attention… so that we do not drift away” (Hebrews 2:1). My thoughts and words come out of what I am holding in my heart. So I hold Jesus closely there. He helps direct what I do and say. He tethers truth in me. And it is God’s truth that humbles me. I am a child of the King of kings. He is my Father. And He loves me. “What is mankind that You are mindful of them?” (Psalm 8:4a). Who am I to stand on anything or anyone else? I am always checking in on my heart to find what is held there. When I speak it is easy to tell. Am I being kind? Mindful of others? Sincere? Gentle? Humble? Am I leading somewhere good? Sometimes I have to “fake it till I make it” using obedience to God as fuel instead of my emotions. This is when anchoring especially matters. I do not want to drift in stormy waters. It takes work to remain tethered sometimes, but the payoff is very great. Less damage is done. Thank You Jesus for being the pioneer of my salvation and calling me sister (Hebrews 2:10-12). Your covering and confidence in me makes me brave. I can face all things when I am tethered and anchored to You. I can be better with You. I am better because of You. I love You because You first loved me. And I am grateful. Maranatha.

  57. Emily McGhee says:

    Praying for you Lynne!

  58. Laurie Walker says:

    “He was the human we were all created to be.” Loved that truth.

  59. Megan Buschkopf says:

    Beth, I can’t copy the link. What is the name of the song?

  60. Jane K says:

    Lynne, praying for you and your husband, Jack. May God bring healing to him and clarity of his mind. May you feel Jesus’s presence as you care for your husband. I will be keeping you both in my prayers.

  61. Elizabeth Oster says:

    Thank you for sharing, Beth Wyant. I went and listened. Beautiful.

  62. Annelyn P says:

    Dear Lynne from Alabama, I am praying for you and for Jack. Oh my – life can be so very hard. May God protect you and comfort you and give you his peace.

  63. Sarah Ritchie says:

    Lynne I am praying for you right now. Stay strong for your husband, I know how hard this can be. Blessings to you.

  64. Angie Mills says:

    Jesus is fully God and fully man. He, the Son of God, who is better than the angels, took on human flesh and became lower than angels for a short time.

    As God and as human, everything is subjected to Him. Everything has been declared subjected to Him. He has died to make everything subjected to Him. One day, everything will be fully and completely subjected to Him.

    As the Pioneer of our salvation, He is bringing many sons and daughters to glory. Although He was perfect and did no sin, He was made perfect through His sufferings. He is now sanctifying us and is not ashamed to call us brothers and sisters. Though we can’t see Him, He is with us now; and one day, He will present us to His Father as the children that God gave Him.

    He is the God who has shared in our flesh and blood. He died to destroy the one who held the power of death and to free those who were held in slavery to the fear of death. He is our Merciful and Faithful High Priest who made atonement for the sins of the people through His death. He suffered when He was tempted and is now able to help those who are tempted.

    Jesus experienced what we experience, but did so without sinning so that He could make atonement for us. He destroyed the devil & death and freed us from sin & fear. He now helps us who are tempted in every way by sanctifying us and readying us to be brought to His Father. One day, everything will be fully subjected to Him and He will bring many sons and daughters to glory to be with Him and His Father forever.

  65. Sandi Stanley says:

    Oh, Lynne, I am heartbroken for you. I am praying for the peace of God that surpasses all understanding to fully cover you. I recently walked with my husband through his cancer battle and it was so hard to watch him change physically as well as mentally. Please know that God is fully in control and has a plan for you and cling to that.

  66. Dnorris says:

    Please take a moment today to read the devotional on HRT by Collin Ross. Beautiful, comforting, and descriptive of who our savior is.

  67. Danielle B says:

    Lord I’m so grateful for your life and death. the sacrifice you’ve made on our behalf, so as your siblings we can one day join you also as blameless. May I be mindful of this sacrifice and live a life in response to it.

    Lynne praying for you, your hubby and his medical team.

  68. Kelly (NEO) says:

    “we must pay attention all the more to what we have heard, so that we will not drift away. 2 For if the message spoken through angels was legally binding, and every transgression and disobedience received a just punishment, 3 how will we escape if we neglect such a great salvation?”

    Thank You Jesus for being the one sacrifice I needed to meet all all the Father required to be in His presence

    LYNN FROM AL – praying for you and Jack. May the Lord comfort you both.

    CINDY SCHILLINGNEPUND – praying for Kim

    SUSAN – what a kindness to you and your family that a stranger took the time to write to you. Continuing to pray that the Lord would bring you His peace

    MARI – praying for G

  69. Jenny Somers says:

    Oh Lynne, so sorry. Prayers and love.

  70. Searching says:

    Overwhelmed by Christ’s humanity – that he took on for us, and the sacrifice He made, for us. Let’s draw near to Him and not forget.

    LYNNE FROM ALABAMA – fervently praying for you and for Jack.

    SUSAN – this morning I’m tearfully reading through your post yesterday, awed by the tribute you shared. Praying for you and Andy’s wife and children, and will continue in the weeks and months ahead.

  71. Karen says:

    Lynn from Alabama, praying for you and your husband. Praying he gets the healing his body and mind need. Praying you get the comfort and support you need too. Fix your eyes on Jesus and be assured this is the illness speaking, not Jack himself. When he was well, he knew the truth of your faithfulness to him. Lifting you both up to the great healer.

  72. Kenya Rafferty says:

    Where do my eyes go other than Jesus? My kids? My finances? The future that I can’t control? Hebrews today reminds us to keep our solitary focus on Jesus and this will keep us from drifting into worry and doubt.

  73. Beth Wyant says:

    All Things Together by Andrew Peterson. Not sure that link shared.

  74. Elaine Morgan says:

    Oh Lynn. I’m so sorry. My sil went through this after heart surgery. It was heartbreaking for my daughter. It is so sad , exhausting, and concerning. Be very careful if he is home with you. I am praying for you and your family.

  75. Kristi Abney says:


  76. Beth Wyant says:

    Song for our day take. directly from today’s readings…

  77. Aimee D-R says:

    Praying for every need here among us by the power of our perfect Savior, Jesus Christ. Amen

  78. Karen Coats says:

    He sees you. He hears your prayers. I am so sorry you are both going through this. I pray peace for both of you and healing for your husband.

  79. Ariel Harris says:

    Jesus is the human we were all meant to be. He is, perfect and perfectly in tune with God.

  80. Churchmouse says:

    I can’t imagine what it was like for Jesus to walk around and see the cruelty of humanity up close and personal. To have created everything and everyone and then to see how base all had become had to be heartbreaking. All He created was because of His love. Mankind trifled with all the wonderful gifts He had given. Mankind elevated themselves instead of glorifying Him. Praise God He didn’t destroy all as He did with the flood in Noah’s time. His mercy is so great. His love so forgiving. He offered Himself to save us all. It boggles my mind. Which of His wonderful gifts have I tarnished with my sin, my carelessness, my ingratitude? Oh Lord, turn my heart to You. You deserve nothing less than my full commitment and devotion. Amen.

  81. Judy says:

    Good morning Lynn❤️
    I’m praying for you and your hubby!!
    I just wanted to encourage you! I, myself, have fully recovered from a traumatic Brain Injury that doctors said it’s never recover from! Praise God!!!
    The brain, like the rest of the body is designed to heal itself! (What am amazing Creator we have!!!)
    I went back to school, am now a health coach and have studied under Dr Daniel Amen of the Amen Clinics to become a certified brain trainer. I would love to use this training to bless a fellow SHE!! If you’ll reach out to me via email at [email protected] I’d be delighted to share some ways that you can help your hubby recover… And in the meantime, I’m praying for you both!! HE is able!

  82. Lynne from Alabama says:

    Good morning, my precious She’s! I am praying for each of you and your prayer needs each and every day. Our great God will supply all your needs according to his great riches in Glory! I have a need that is breaking my heart. You have prayed for my precious hubby Jack all this year. He has had four major surgeries and a cancer diagnosis and it has been very hard for him. Each surgery has affected him mentally as I understand is very common in us older folks. Several weeks ago he had a complete meltdown and he has been diagnosed with delusional disorder. He is very confused and has many delusions, the worst one being that he thinks I have been unfaithful. Nothing could be further from the truth and I am completely heartbroken. Please pray that God will restore him mentally and heal him. Thank you for your prayers. Also pray for me as I am physically, emotionally, and mentally exhausted. A knife in my heart couldn’t hurt any worse than this.

  83. Arina says:

    Jesus who is higher than the angels, as we read yesterday, the One for whom and through whom all things exist, became even lower than the angels. God who became human, being tempted and suffering like us. It is unfathomable. Yes, how will we escape God’s judgements if we take lightly such a great salvation?

  84. Tina says:

    Thank you Jesus that you came for me. For my family. My SRT sisters and their families. For our friends. Our people. Your people.

    Thank you that you walked out sinful world, then made atonement for us.

    Thank you for salvation through you and the gift of your life instead of ours.

    Thank you for your redeeming love.

    Thank you, Our merciful and faithful Jesus.

    Thank you. Thank you.❤

    BUT GOD..


    Be Blessed Tuesday wrapped in love and covered in prayers for you all…❤