At its core, joy embodies a deep sense of happiness, contentment, or delight—a response to something that resonates deeply within us. It’s an emotion intricately tied to our human desires, an emotion rooted in our longing and the fulfilment of those longings.
Jesus declared himself the “bread of life,” offering sustenance beyond the perishable needs of our bodies. Just as our physical hunger seeks nourishment, our souls crave the divine. Life, then, becomes a matter of the spirit—a continuous feast on the spiritual sustenance found in Christ.
Here is another poem from ‘Come all ye weary’. Pre-book now to get a 20% discount for when the book releases early next year.
How does the death of a single individual lead to the redemption of the whole world? How can the punishing of the innocent wash away the guilt of the wicked?
The incarnation stands as one of the most awe-inspiring narratives in Scripture: God clothed in humanity, born as a man, and dwelling among us. The infinite now tangible, the invisible now seen, and Jesus, the God of all the universe, dwelt among men.
For today’s devotion, here’s one of the poems from ‘Come All Ye Weary’. Pre-book your copy now!
The Gospel is a message of light – of sight, life, glory, hope, righteousness, and peace. This advent season then is a reminder that Christians are the enlightened ones who can live under the light of Christ.
Alas, the word that has been tossed carelessly amid the maze of misconceptions and misinterpretations within our modern society is simultaneously the greatest virtue of the Christian faith – love.
Throughout this season, I’ll be sharing a sequence of devotions intended to delve into the profound essence of Jesus Christ—His character and mission.