January 13, 2019

Luke 3:15-16, 21-22

The hopeful expectation of the people causes John to remind them of the difference between his role and his baptism and that of Jesus. It is a striking contrast made even more clear by God’s voice naming Jesus his beloved Son.

Rather than focusing on the “what ifs” of tomorrow, may I be filled with the hope that comes with your promise to walk with me, hold me, carry me until you return.

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