Loving One Another

Is Your Cross Too Heavy?


Photo by Vitu00f3ria Santos on Pexels.com

Thank you, Vitu Santos for this wonderful photo.
It speaks volumes to me…
and it exhibits to me
the message of today’s sermon…

Today’s sermon notes

At the Madison Valley Presbyterian Church in Ennis, MT today,
Rev. Steve Hundley delivered his sermon titled, “Is Your Cross Too Heavy?”
The Lord prompted me to take my sermon notes in the shape of a cross.
The photo of the cross sermon above is the result of that effort.

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To illustrate his point – that we need to give Jesus our burdens,
lighten our load, and live in joy, Rev. Steve used this story:

“It’s hard for an egg to become a bird,
but it would be harder for a bird
to fly while still in the egg.”

Let go the egg…
and FLY!
Give Jesus your burdens
and follow Him
with JOY,
not because you HAVE to,
but because you
WANT to.

Photo by Joshua Abner on Pexels.com

God bless you
with the JOY
of
Life Given Away
because you WANT to!

Thank you, Ty, for this beautiful image.

Have a Happy Labor Day weekend.
See ya tomorrow.
Love,
JanBeek

Comments on: "Is Your Cross Too Heavy?" (7)

  1. This is spot on, Jan. We do forget to give our burdens to Jesus and follow his calling. We rely on self and try to carry our own troubles through the day. My heart feels much lighter when I choose to pray to Jesus and give him gratitude for his guidance.

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  2. Jan you do an amazing job summarizing an entire sermon. Love your cross notes! Thank you.

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  3. The cross was inspired, Jan

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  4. There are days when our cross feels much too heavy. The Word of Jesus lightens the load. I can totally relate. Jan, I appreciate how you shared your notes inside of a cross.

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    • Thank you, {{{Richard}}}. I hope you had a blessed Sunday. Enjoy your week. We are “smoked in” here… praying for all thefirefighters and others in Harm’s Way. 😦

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