Morning Meditation – More to Come

“I tell you this, brothers: flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom of God, nor does the perishable inherit the imperishable.” (1 Corinthians 15:50, ESV)

Sometime after creation, our lives were stolen. Sin entered the world and corrupted God’s gift to humanity. Sin, disease, and death became normal. But…

God gave a solution: Jesus’ death and resurrection! And because of His sacrifice, we now are no longer bound to the terminal illness infecting all life.

Sometimes we forget…without heaven, we are hopeless. If this life is the only time frame we have to possess all that we are to receive, then this earth ride is pretty meaningless. But, if one day we will be translated into the fullness of who we were designed to be, then everything here is a call to believe for something more—an opportunity declare that what God has planned is actually good. The journey has no end; increase and growth is eternal. Hallelujah!

Today, let’s renew our faith in the promise. This life is not it; we were made for more. Let’s live as if we believe what we say is true.

8 thoughts on “Morning Meditation – More to Come

  1. I love to read your Blog its the first thing I see when I open my email, It is a good way to start the day, I just want to say thanks it is a inspiration to me, I have been having allot of issues with the PTSD I got from my accident. When I read these Pastor Jim I want you to know that it gives me a much better frame of mind knowing that God is always there for me and there are leaders like you that are a inspiration to others knowing that you are a true man of God. I really appreciate all you do. Thanks

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