Dear Trinity Families,
Here is your Daily Devotion
Isn’t it amazing when a hero steps up? They come in and save the day, rescue someone from a threatening situation, or even save a life. Heroes are rare and they are beyond price.
How often do you think of Jesus as a hero? Jesus heroism is universally underestimated. In fact, it’s almost impossible not to underestimate him. Part of it is because we underestimate the dangers that threaten us.
We routinely underestimate sin and Satan. They contaminate us and changes our thoughts. Their very presence is corruption and death. And still, we sometimes think it is safe. We can even get comfortable with something that eats away at our soul and is killing us.
Who can rescue us from such horrible foes?
Jesus can. He was born to save us. He sacrificed everything to rescue us. There was no one to help, no one to support him. He walked willingly into hopelessness, despair, agony, and hell. We can hear the despondency in his voice in verse 4, “I have labored in vain. I spent my strength and came up empty, with nothing.” But he did not fail. He kept the faith. He served perfectly. He won the victory.
Jesus is a hero. He defeated unimaginable horrors. He brings life and peace and joy. And not just for a few people or for a limited time. Jesus’ victory reaches through time and eternity. It reaches across boundaries, cultures, and civilizations
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