Thought for the Day: What happens when you want to love the Lord, but your heart is broken, your soul is crushed and your strength is gone? Trust me when I say that God is not upset in those moments. God very much understands. In fact, those are the moments when you hear God say, “But I love you with all my heart, with all my being and with all my strength.” If need be, just take a few moments and imagine God speaking those words over you and your life.
Prayer: The Psalmist announced the word, “Your love, O Lord, endures forever.” It is your love, O Lord, that endures beyond the generations, beyond time itself. When crisis occurs – When foundational components of life are shaken – When uncertainty seems to be in the driver’s seat, we go in search of a love that is unwavering. Our hearts yearn for your presence that is steadfast and unchanged by the happenings of this current time. Bring us close to you and to the Good News of Jesus Christ, even as we are attempting to keep a safe distance from one another. It is strange and challenging, but our faith provides us a confidence that is not rooted in traditional definitions of what the culture believes to be sound and secure. Our convictions are founded in what is made visible in the life of Jesus and in the Body of Christ. Amen.
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Rev. Bruce Frogge