Failure never has to be the final word on our life. Peter failed Jesus. To fail Jesus can be bad enough, but for Jesus to then look directly at you after failing had to be overwhelming. Peter wept bitterly. Nevertheless, Peter’s failure and his restoration became a defining moment.
What kind of heart do you have? When the prodigal son returned home there were two very different responses. He was joyfully welcomed by the father. He was obviously despised by the older brother. We never now where someone has been or what they have been through, so seek to show a fatherly heart!
In the Ten Commandments following the sanctity of life is the sanctity of marriage. Marriage is God’s creation! God created it, defined it, and He desires for us to live in a harmonious marital relationship.
This is the third sermon in the series “The Lord is My Shepherd” from Psalm 23. All of us face times when we feel depleted. Life throws many challenges and obstacles in our path. As believers we are confident that the Lord will restore our soul.