Feel a little out of control? Could you use some encouragement?
From Israel, in the north region of the Galilee, singer and songwriter Shannon Wexelberg shares her personal story of a life-changing event. Her husband Mark was severely injured by a distracted driver. As a result, his job ended, they had to move from their home, and they had to let go of some of their dreams.
Whatever your story, wherever you are in life's journey, we invite you to join Shannon and let the music from I Have a Song draw your heart to praise, on this Day of Discovery.
Day of Discovery, I have a Song music video or click on Shannon's album
“...the gospel,... of first importance...” 1 Corinthians 15:1,3
“If there’s anything in life that we should be passionate about, it’s the gospel. And I don’t mean passionate only about sharing it with others. I mean passionate about thinking about it, dwelling on it, rejoicing in it, allowing it to color the way we look at the world. Only one thing can be of first importance to each of us, and only the Gospel ought to be.” C.J. Mahaney, The Cross Centered Life
Which of the five senses brings your memories back most vividly? For me, it is definitely the sense of smell.
Paul reminded Corinth that they were the aroma of Christ: For we are to God the pleasing aroma of Christ (2 Cor. 2:15).
As the aroma of Christ, what perfume do Christians bring with them as they walk into a room? It’s not something that can be bought in a bottler. When we spend a lot of time with someone, we begin to think and act like that person. Spending time with Jesus Christ will help us spread a pleasing fragrance to all those around us. —Marion Stroud
Lord, please guide my thoughts and my actions so people will know that I love you and have been with You. Thank you!
M y D a i l y N e e d
The gospel is so foolish (according to my natural wisdom), so scandalous (according to my conscience), and so incredible (according to my timid heart ), that it is a daily battle to believe the full scope of it as I the condemnings of my heart, and the lies of the world and the Devil than to overwhelm such things with daily rehearsings of the gospel.
T h e P o w e r o f G o d
Outside of heaven, the power of God in its highest density is found inside the gospel. This must be so, for the Bible twice describes the gospel as “the power of God.” Nothing else in all of Scripture is ever described in this way, except for the Person of Jesus Christ. Such a description indicates that the gospel is not only powerful, but that it is the ultimate entity in which God’s power resides and does its greatest work.
M y D a I l y P r o t e c t I o n
As long as I am inside the gospel, I experience all the protection I need from the powers of evil that rage against me.
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