May 04, 2020 4 min read

At The End of the Road

On Today’s episode of the Kerusso Daily Devotional, we talk about the fact that Jesus holds your life together, even as you think you’re falling apart.

Colossians 1:17 says, “He is before all things, and in him all things hold together.”

Nothing is too difficult for Jesus; He has proven this over and over. Trust Him today!

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Come As You Are

Carol had really messed up in her personal life. The career wasn’t going so well, either. But it was one particular relationship that kept her up at night, and she felt like things were coming apart.

Instead of going to lunch with co-workers one day though, she ducked into a coffee shop and found an empty seat in the back. There she pulled out her phone and fed her soul by looking up Scripture.

She met Jesus that day in the coffee shop.

Carol looked out a window at the busy street outside and thought about the Bible’s claim that Jesus created everything in the beginning. The enormity of that really spoke to her, but so did His love for her as an individual.

Colossians 1:17 says, “He is before all things, and in him all things hold together.”

Jesus sees all and works everything out for those who love Him.

Tell Him that you need Him today.

Let’s pray.

Lord, we need you all the time. You sustain us and do it just because of your pure love for us. Thank you for that. Amen.

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All Things New

Does the future scare you? If it does, that’s understandable, from a human standpoint. After all, so much is unknown.

And yet, God gave us His Word as a guidebook. The Bible tells us certain specific things that bring great comfort.

Colossians 1:17 says, “He is before all things, and in him all things hold together.”

For the most part, we know the past. We are navigating through the present. But the Word tells us that Jesus is standing there at the end, bringing all things to their proper conclusion. In Isaiah and Revelation, we have virtually identical verses that promise Jesus will make all things new one day. There will be no more tears, pain, or suffering. He won’t allow it!

If the future scares you, focus on the truth of Scripture. Jesus isn’t intimidated, or moved, or unsure about anything, and that includes what is to come.

Whatever your future holds, make sure Jesus is at the center of it!

Let’s pray. Lord, you stand above time. You know everything that’s happened and what is to happen. We can rest in that, thank you. Amen.

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God is For Us

Standing in the door of the plane, with a fierce wind whipping his whole body, Curtis wondered why he’d volunteered for the paratroopers.

It was glamorous, they said.

It’ll make a man out of you, they said.

Shutting his eyes, Curtis prayed the most honest prayer of his life. He stretched out his hands and took a step…

Lamentations 3:25-26 says, “The Lord is good to those whose hope is in him, to the one who seeks him; it is good to wait quietly for the salvation of

the Lord.”

Rolling on the ground wrapped in silk, Curtis realized he had followed his instructions to the letter. With his landing, he graded out the highest of anyone in his company.

That story is exactly how we are to interact with our Savior. When we let go, confident that Jesus has us, we have no more pressure on us. He is carrying us to safety.

We land in the right place every time.

Let’s pray.

Lord, we have so much gratitude for the countless ways you lead us through life. We love you. Thank you for every safe landing, and for holding us safe in the palm of your mighty hand, always. Amen.

In the Midst of the Storm

When the winds of life blow fiercely, rain pours down, and the water rises, it is tempting to give in to panic. In the midst of the storm, sometimes we let the noise and chaos of our present circumstances become louder than the voice of our Lord and Savior. The still small voice in our hearts may only be a whisper, but the power behind that presence outranks any circumstance of this life.

Colossians 1:17 says, “He is before all things, and in him all things hold together.”

Jesus was not only with the people of the Bahamas, He is with you in every storm you face. He isn’t simply the fleeting ‘eye of the hurricane,’ either. His presence and power and love for us is greater than any storm life can hit us with.

Let’s pray.

Lord, thank you being our steadfast shelter, our provider and peace-giver in every situation. It’s who you are. No storm can shake us when we build on a foundation of faith. Amen.

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