Luke 6:11 “They were filled with rage, and discussed with one another what they might do to Jesus.” This was after Jesus entered the Synagogue and healed a man on the Sabbath.
Jesus asked the pointed question: Is it lawful on the Sabbath to do good or to do evil?” An interesting question.
See, they just sat around looking to find fault with him all the time. “Look, I think he’s about to break the law!”
From the day he announced he was the son of God -many were out to prove he wasn’t. Such was the life of Our Jesus.
He endured rejection, false accusations, betrayal:
And went to the cross anyway. #myJesus Laura Grace
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I was that "unpopular" wierdo kid, that didn't fit in anywhere, in High School. I guess I never knew my place in life, until Jesus took me in. I've been rejected, misunderstood, left out, bullied, abused, scandalized, and labeled. In 2002 I got on a bus and left a marraige of sixteen years, that was fraught with abuse and heartache. In school, I used to be so afraid to stand in front of the class and speak, my hands woud visibily shake, and I could not look at my audience without being terrified.
Years later, I find myself leading a school music production, speaking in front of churches, and walking around with confidence, because I know the King of Kings is at my side.
My ministry, prayers and blogs are directed toward those who feel like they were never enough. You never fit in.
If I can help you in any way, if you need a special speaker to speak hope to the hurting, or if you would like a copy of my Testimony book (Grace to the Rescue) let me know. I am here for you. I also have a new book out "Confidence".
With Love, Laura
I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
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