Sure, we’ll all keep messing it up and forgetting it, and God will love us anyway.
I wonder if we can believe that the gospel is OUR story too.
God loves you no matter what. God loves your neighbor no matter what. God loves.
Jesus is so sure that there is enough, that he has done enough to bring new life, that he’s sitting down, propping up his feet.
…that’s the Gospel. Not shame, but love. Not endlessly failing God, but being welcomed, for all eternity.
Inside your pocket is access to all the grief and hurt and pain of the world. it’s all too much. What is our response?
It sounds simple…but it’s never easy, to trust Jesus, to believe in life. Jesus promises so much, more than we could possibly imagine.
A sermon about an ordinary person and extraordinary grace.
God chooses me. God chooses you. God chooses grace, every single time.
Evenings this time of year are full of grace and mercy. I imagine Eden being something like that.