Sunday is Coming

Hey there!

It’s been a while since I’ve posted, but that doesn’t mean there hasn’t been a lot going on in the first quarter of 2021. God has not stopped speaking.

A lot of work has been going on in the background of different projects and I’m excited to share them with you as we continue to journey through 2021 as we discover what speaks to our soul. I couldn’t think of a better time than Good Friday to reconnect with all of you.

Today is a special day in the life of a believer – it’s Good Friday! And the best thing about Good Friday, is that means Sunday is coming!

Christ went to the cross on a Friday. He took on all the sins of the world on Friday. He did it to fulfill the mission that God the Father sent Him to do. It wasn’t a glorious mission. It came with opposition, hatred, jealousy, and yes even death. Although we call Friday good, there was nothing good about what Christ had to go through. However, He did it for us. He was hung and crucified, a criminal’s death for us. A death He did not deserve, for us. 

He willing died on Friday because He knew, HE was coming back on Sunday!

On this Good Friday, I want to encourage you that Sunday IS coming.  I don’t know where you are in life as you read this.  I don’t know what dark Friday you are facing.

~Maybe your Friday is a financial Friday.

~Is it a strained marriage Friday?

~It could be an emotional and psychologically unhealthy Friday. 

Wherever you are find yourself, despite what it looks like, if you are in Christ count it all joy (James 1:2-4) and consider it good (Romans 8:28). Why? Because Sunday IS coming. 

It was Sunday that Christ rose with all power and authority in His hands. It was Sunday that the fulfillment of the prophecy was made. It was on Sunday that through His resurrection, Jesus justified us before God. So although what Jesus went through on Friday was bad, it was for our good. Because if He had not died, then He could not rise.

If you find yourself reading this and you don’t know the Christ the died on Good Friday. If you can’t see that Sunday is coming for you, it’s not too late. Send us a message. Contact a local church, family member, or friend and tell them you want to know about the God that loves you so much He sent His Son to die for you and raised Him up so He could be in a relationship with you. 

Although your Friday may look bad now, know that Christ lives and your Sunday is coming. It may not come when you want it to, it may not look like you think it should look, but God is a promise keeper – so trust and know that Sunday is coming!

Always,

Natasha


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