When we place our faith in Jesus, there is no risk. Jesus is who he says he is. Everything Jesus says is true. What Jesus promises will always come to be.

God places his seal of ownership on us and gives us his Spirit as a deposit guaranteeing what is to come. In Christ, we will always stand firm.

No problem is too big for him to handle. No issue is impossible. The Almighty will always keep his promises. Trust him and watch him work in your life.

According to his perfect will, we can trust him to lead us on the right path.

With Jesus, our verdict is, “Not guilty!” His sacrifice provides full pardon. The Righteous sets the sinner free!

On that final day, the faithful shepherds will hear, “Well done!” and receive the victor’s crown that will never fade. On that day, every sacrifice of leadership will be well worth it.

Our Shepherd gives us everything we need. Protection. Nourishment. Safety. And when we go astray, he comes to find us. He is our Overseer all the way home.

Whatever you are going through, find help and peace with the Great Shepherd. He will never disappoint you.

The Christian faith begins and ends with Jesus. Fix your eyes on him!

He is ready to give you all the help you need to resist and obey. He invites us to approach him with confidence. What are you waiting for?

God’s wrath is turned aside from us because of Jesus’ completed work on the cross. His atoning work gives us eternal life!

This simple yet profound instruction is given by the writer of Hebrews. . . we are to keep our minds focused on Jesus, our apostle, the One sent from God.

David, the great king, died, but Jesus defeated death itself by rising from the grave.

God is not only our King; he alone is supreme, the “blessed and only Sovereign, the King of kings and Lord of lords.”

Jesus is the mediator, the go-between, the intercessor. There is only one God and only one way to spend eternity with him: The Mediator—Christ Jesus.

The church participates in all the spiritual blessings provided for us by Jesus. He made it clear that he would build his church, and the gates of hell could not overcome it.

Today, believers proclaim that Jesus is their personal Lord. He is the One we love and follow. He is our master, the One in charge of our lives. The true believer proclaims: Jesus is Lord!

Jesus—fully God and fully man—gave himself up as the perfect sacrifice. Being sinless, he was the only One who did not have to die for his sins. Being man, he was the only One who could die on man’s behalf.

He is the cornerstone joining the walls and making the building strong. All peoples come together in Christ and grow “into a holy temple in the Lord.”

The Seed was the Messiah the Jewish people had been waiting for! He is the One you have been waiting for as well!

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