12/12/13 Daily Devotion

Luke 24:19 What things? he asked. About Jesus of Nazareth, they replied. He was a prophet, powerful in word and deed before God and all the people.

Jesus had risen but not to the understanding of all people, for many still had the agonizing memory of His death seared within their minds. The tomb was found void of His body, and their hearts were void of understanding. Two men were walking on the road to Emmaus, discussing the events of the past three days, when they were blessed with an unexpected, unrecognizable visitor. They were talking about Jesus and didn’t even know He was within reach. It wasn’t until after Jesus broke bread with them that they came to understand the blessing of His fellowship. Many people walk through life not knowing Jesus, even though He is within reach. Many people feel the need for something in their lives, but don’t come to realize that it is Him. Then a day arrives when they see this Man standing in front of them, and the realization hits them; but it’s too late, for they have been judged and found wanting, wanting to go back and begin again. Let us, then, from this moment forward, live our lives in such a manner that we are not found wanting as we stand in receipt of our life’s judgment.

Prayer Starter:

Lord, help me feel your presence within my daily existence upon this earth.

Dr. Jeff Krupimski

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