Recently, my husband preached this sermon:
“A little Jesus goes a long way.”
I’m pretty sure it was just for me. Unintentionally for me, mind you, but spirit-driven straight to my ears, my brain, my heart.
Why do I so often think things need to be sprayed full force with words and ideas?
Why do I think everything needs to be steeped in the spiritual and soaked in theology to be sacred?
Why do I spin so many wheels trying to make deep conversations happen, when a snippet of Grace, a glimpse of His face, is entirely appropriate much of the time?
I don’t want to leave Jesus out. I don’t want to fail to share His goodness, His life, and His forgiveness, but I do want to treasure people enough to resist plowing them down with my Jesus agenda. I want them to know Him and love Him as much as I do, but not lose my relationship with them in the process of trying too hard.
This is one reason we created the Ten Minutes of Series for the podcast. Sometimes a little bit goes a long way. Ten Minutes of contemplation, ten minutes of encouragement, ten minutes of deep and meaningful may just change the course of our days and help us throw a little Jesus into everything else.
Find them on the podcast page or click on each one to open the episode.
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There is only one more episode in Season 1 still to come! You can catch up on past episodes all summer long. Do you have a road trip? Download some I Love My Shepherd. Do you have yardwork? Download some I Love My Shepherd. Taking an evening walk? Download some I Love My Shepherd. Then tell me where we went together. I love hearing from you!
Season 2 will begin releasing in September 2018.
We’ll also be talking more about a little Jesus and a long way in the I Love My Shepherd Fall Online Study – Love Brave. We’ll release live study dates and all the study details May 29th. Subscribe to ilovemyshepherd.com to be sure you don’t miss it!
Eat the Word, take it into your soul, be encouraged in the every day, and share a little Jesus…it can go a long way.