Worth

Guys, are you good enough?  As I swam laps with my son this morning I recognized that a majority of his life will be spent trying to be good enough.  Good enough at sports, at school, at work, as a husband, as a father, good enough as a man.  Yet despite his efforts the world will convince him time and time again that he has come up short.  The real security and confirmation that my son seeks can only come from the Lord.  God's love for him, and for all men, is unconditional.  God chose us because of His love not our ability or performance.  We are complete in Him and nothing else will satisfy.  Are worth as men and in life can be measured by one single instrument, The Cross.

1 Peter 2:9, "But you are A Chosen Race, A Royal Priesthood, A Holy Nation, A People For God's Own Possession, so that you may proclaim the excellencies of Him who has called you out of darkness into His marvelous light."

 

 

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