His promise is all We need. Today He’s holding your heart,your name is etched in His palms, you can’t help but stop and be in awe. Our world needs to know – we need to speak it loud and clear – “we are loved, believe it, relish it, send it to the core of your soul and let it burn a fire in you. No likes on social media can compare to it, it doesn’t define us, He is refining us and HE IS making us brand new.
Sandie Heckman (author of Sondrenched-now available)
There’s this place God meets us at, for some of us, it is our treasure spot when we are at the end of ourselves- at the end of our soul. For others this treasure spot may not come for months, even years, but eventually we all touch it, some seek it, and we always, always find it when we look. Some will cross the threshold, others may never cross over, but it is in the reaching into the depths of our soul – God finds us, and we find Him. Jesus hung on the cross, absorbing all of mankind’s sin, all the emotion of the entire earth in the past, present and future, all of it. He touched pain, heartbreak, every single person’s heartbreak including yours and mine. He touched the painful edge we all go to, where a piece of our heart breaks off and He catches it as it falls. He’s the epitome of pain and grace, healing and saving of sins and His heart has and does, and always, will. Carry. It all.
Jesus, He had to go to the cross, to the end of it all to carry us all.
Have you met Jesus at the cross?
Author of Sondrenched now available on Amazon.
I’d ride one to the end of the earth
Just to catch a glimpse of you in heaven.
Soft breezes of early morning
wash over me like a warm embrace.
My memory is awakened, longing
for the alluring scent of ocean air.
I ache for gentle sea breezes casting their soft caresses.
I yearn to feel the sand
under my feet.
I long for the peacefulness
of my old friend, the sea.
Sandie Heckman (author of new devotional Sondrenched)
Saw this on a mini van today…definitely hard to wash this car.
Be bold in your faith so others can know Him. There are a lot of people who just need a touch of the Son.
as we settle into the evening, the rays of the sun stream to the earth and touch the cracks in the hearts of those who weep, those who grieve, those who hurt. May we be brilliant rays of light that shine for others to see Him through us.
May they see more of Him and less of us as He molds us, changes us and transforms us in Jesus name we pray.
Sandie Heckman author of Sondrenched available now