On the Night He was Betrayed

3 04 2012

As we enter Holy week, celebrating the death and resurrection of our Savior, we must take time to not only think about salvation, but also reflect on Christ the perfect man who finished well, giving us the courage and inspiration to become the men and women God created us to be.

 

As I look at these words in I Corinthians 11:23 and think of Jesus Christ, the perfect man, who knowing full well what faced him, courageously chose to walk the path his Father in Heaven marked out for him.

 

We think of Gethsemane and Christ sitting at the rock with blood like sweat dripping from his brow as the moment of choice when in reality his choice was secured as he spoke to his disciples.  Christ knew the importance of speaking of things which aren’t as if they were, preparing both himself and his disciples for his impending death.

 

In the upper room as Christ instituted communion, inviting us to always remember his sacrifice we also see the truth that before Gethsemane, before the 39 lashes, before the cross and his crucifixion, Christ chose to follow God’s plan no matter the cost.

 

May you be inspired and find courage as you celebrate this Easter to become whom God created you to be!

 

Blessings and Complete Joy,

Millie

 

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