Where is Jesus When We Hurt?

Where is Jesus when we suffer?  Does He care?  What is He doing about all the suffering in the world?  In Luke 7:11-17, Jesus heals the only son of a widow from a town called Nain.  But that was 2,000 years ago?  How does it matter now?  The reality is that the way Jesus healed the widow's son gives us hope today and surety of Jesus help and care today and for all time.  

1 Kings 17:8-24
Psalm 30
Galatians 1:11-24
Luke 7:11-17

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1. Simo wrote:
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Thu, April 9, 2015 @ 12:04 AM

2. www.good2go.com wrote:
This reminds me of a quote I read on a fuaivrote blog, After dinner, we were sitting around in our den looking at our computers and phones, and checking to see if anyone had loved or noticed us in the last 2 hours. Kind of off topic, but thought you might appreciate it!I find myself living in that tension a lot having to constantly remind myself that whatever I do it must be done without an agenda, and for the glory of God. We are to be imitators of God, and let our let shine, but do it with humility. I have always struggled with wanting people to like me, and therefore felt I had to do things to get approval. Because of that, I have to constantly remind myself to keep my motives pure. Love this quote, Let every act of life be dictated by love to God and man. Clearly, I have not got this all figured out, but so thankful for all that God is teaching me. Hoping that during Lent, I will learn more about emptying myself and being filled up with Him. Thanks again for these posts!

Thu, April 16, 2015 @ 12:28 PM

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