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Saturday, June 4, 2016


And when he has found his lost sheep, he lays it on his shoulders rejoicing. And when he comes home, he calls together his friends and neighbors, saying, "Rejoice with me. For I have found my sheep that was lost." Luke 15:5-6

If you live long enough, and are completely honest with yourself, you come to the realization that being lost doesn't just have to do with salvation; there are a multitude of other ways to get lost in this life.  In fact, it happened to me just the other day, as those dark and familiar voices from deep in my heart arose and started telling me that all too familiar story about how I am inadequate, unworthy, and unlovable.  The next thing I knew I was filled with fear, insecurity, and anxiety.  I was desperate and disoriented.  I was lost.  I'm not really even sure how it started, and to be quite honest it really doesn't take very much to put me in this state, but before I knew it I was in a very dark place.  Thank goodness for the One who constantly comes to find me when I have once again wondered down this dark and lonely path.  The One who takes hold of me, lays me on his shoulders, reminds me of his unfailing love and affection, and carries me home rejoicing.  Because I'm pretty sure that I could never have found my way back on my own.

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