What If Jesus Had Been Too Busy For The Cross?

(Wally shared) … “My children need sports and extracurricular activities to develop and learn about life” That may be true to a certain extent; however, our children also need to come to know Jesus Christ to escape the penalty of their sins, which is an eternity separated from God. If we deny them that opportunity because we are “too busy,” we may ensure their success in the world, but doom their eternity …

The Isaiah 53:5 Project

This post originally published on Truth In Palmyra

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It’s almost an epidemic in our society today that we are all so busy we can hardly keep track of ourselves; we literally seem to meet ourselves coming and going. The list of things we are busy doing seems endless: work, home, entertainment, television, sports and so on and so on.  Many studies have shown that this business is usually not healthy for us; we all need down time where we are not just doing.

Christians are not different; they are subject to the same issue of simply being too busy with the things of life. Our lives are so cluttered we just no longer have time for the things of God. Yet we are clearly commanded by the Bible that our priority is to be the things of God and not the things of the world.  The Bible teaches us that…

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