Jesus was and is all about life. “In him was life, and that life was the light of men.” (John 1:4) “I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full. (John 10:10) When you said Yes to Jesus, what did you expect would happen next? What were you saying Yes to? Have you experienced that life?
Last week we sent out our 2019 Reader Survey. Hundreds and hundreds of you answered. THANK YOU for warming my heart with your responses!
I’ve read every one of your responses to the survey personally. Yes, every single one! Your responses are anonymous, which means I cannot write to you individually about your comments. But I want you to know I see you. I hear you. And I thank you for sharing your challenges, desires, and hopes.
Most of all, you have warmed my heart! Being on this side of the digital world I don’t often get to see your face, hear your voice, and give you a hug as I would wish. But consider this a virtual hug or handshake back! And if you could see my face it would be smiling, or perhaps crying with you a little.
Let me share a few things I heard from many of you.
The fact that any two sinful human beings ever make it through decades living together can seem like a miracle. And when that marriage is characterized by respect, intimacy, and true love it truly IS a miracle! You may have a long list of things your husband or wife should do differently, and you’re likely right. But you can’t change them. So the question that can transform your marriage is not, “How do I get my spouse to change?”
The more powerful question to ask, and one you CAN do something about, is,