This Is The Life
Posted by Melissa
EVERY GOOD WESTERN MOVIE ends with a showdown. A showdown is when the hero of the story confronts his or her opponent to settle a serious conflict. In the movies, the hero always comes out victorious over his enemy and defeats evil.
We all have conflict in our lives. It’s called sin. Some people try to hide or run away from their troubles. Is that you? It’s time to stop running. It’s time for a showdown.
Read 1 Corinthians 15:2-28. What do verses 21 and 22 mean to you?
How did sin and death enter the world?
Who saves us from sin and death?
What can you learn about Jesus in these verses?
Why is Jesus’ resurrection so important to us? To you personally?
Have you asked Jesus to save you from the sin in your life? Explain.
What sins are you battling today?
What conflicts are in your life?
Paul wanted the Corinthian believers to understand how important Jesus’ resurrection was to their faith. Without it, he said their faith was worthless. Christianity is pointless if Jesus isn’t alive and at the right hand of God. It is His death and His resurrection that give us victory over sin.
Because Jesus was victorious over sin and death, you can be, too. You can have the freedom not to be restrained, bound, or trapped by your sin. Will you choose to follow Jesus who gave His life and rose again to give you life, or will you follow a world full of sin and death?
It’s up to you. It’s high noon. What is your choice?
Posted in Devotions, Girls | Tagged 1 Corinthians, Camp Crestridge for Girls, Camp Ridgecrest for Boys, Devotion, Weekly Devotions
One thought on “This Is The Life”
It’s true, unfortunately and that’s one of the ersaons I love children as much as you do, Debbie. I would rather sit and talk with a kid than an adult any time! lol. They are full of surprises and are so genuine. You are blessed to have such a wonderful job where you can be so instrumental in helping form their little characters. Give them all a big hug for me.Love you,Sandy