Is It Too Late For Me?

As a pastor, I frequently walk with people through their hurts, pains, and disappointments. Sometimes, in the midst of their pain, people will ask me, “Is it too late for me? Is it too late for God to do something with me?” Those questions come out of a deep place where people think their many failures have caused them to forfeit their God-given destiny. When asked that question, I always have one response: “No, it’s not too late...

Savior AND Lord?

The reason you may not be seeing more of God’s rescue and deliverance in your life is because you may have Jesus positioned as your Savior, but not as your Lord. And you may not have positioned yourself as His slave. The book of Romans opens up with these words, “Paul, a bondservant of Jesus Christ ….” (Romans 1:1) A bondservant is translated from “doulos” which literally means “slave.” The job of a slave is to do whatever the Master says to do. It’s as straight-forward as that.

Jesus Has Your Back

When my son Jonathan played football, he was a fullback. The job of a fullback is to run interference for a halfback. The halfback gets the ball while the fullback goes out in front of him because there is an enemy trying to get in there and tackle the halfback. The fullback’s mission is to get rid of the enemy so that the halfback can get through the line.