Everyday Jesus

Good afternoon readers. I hope your day is going great!

Today, exactly one week has passed since Good Friday. It is exactly one week since the time Jesus was crucified.

Easter is a very significant holiday for Christians. It celebrates what Jesus did for us. But why can’t we celebrate that all year round?

Our lives are so busy in this fast-paced world of technology that we often put Jesus and our spiritual lives aside. For most of us, our spiritual lives are only brought out on Sundays. For some of us, it isn’t even brought out at all.

I myself struggle with connecting with my Heavenly Father on a daily basis. I guess what I am trying to say is that, for what Jesus has done for us, we shouldn’t put Him on a back burner. The thought of Jesus dying on the cross, raising from the dead, and ascending into heaven should always be floating around in our mind.

So readers, I ask you the following:

Is Jesus and His life only something you think about twice a year?

Are you living everyday to the fullest and celebrating the life that Jesus has given you in Him?

Until next time readers, God Bless!

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One thought on “Everyday Jesus

  1. I have been asking to same question “Are you living everyday to the fullest and celebrating the life that Jesus has given you in Him?”

    What if we all were living the Life that Jesus has given us to the fullest. How many of us are really picking up the cross and carrying it like we should be.
    “If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, take up his cross and follow me.” Matt. 16:24″

    Thanks for your encouraging words, May we all live the life Christ has given us to the fullest with Him as our Guide

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