If God is for us, who can be against us? He who did not spare His own Son, but gave Him up for us all — how will He not also, along with Him, graciously give us all things? – Romans 8:31-32 (NIV)
Is there an area of your life where you’ve hit a brick wall? Try as you might, you can’t seem to break through.
Maybe it is your—
I have good news for you. Christmas isn’t just a day of the year. Christmas is God’s megaphone: “I am with you. I am for you!”
What does it mean for you to know that God is for us? Read the above verse again and this time personalize the “us.”
If God is for me…
If God is for my welfare…
If God is for my family…
If God is for my present, past, and future…
If God is for my highest success…
Remembering God is for us changes how we face our challenges. It reminds us of whose team we’re on. It recharges our hope, clarifies our calling, and purifies our motives.
God has already given you His greatest gift; the rest is confetti. He who did not spare His own Son, but gave Him up for us all — how will He not also, along with Him, graciously give us all things?
Remembering the real gift of Christmas will transform your life.
Larry and I send our Christmas love to you and yours. (I’m pictured with Max, not Larry!) May this Christmas be the beginning of a better life!
Ladies, Bible study begins January 14. I invite you to join us as we go through Give Yourself a Break together and discover the secrets to God’s rest. (Click here to learn more.)
Would you like to begin your new year experiencing a closer walk with Jesus? I recommend my new study: Give Yourself a Break: Discover the Secrets to God’s Rest, click here to order.
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