Isaiah, writing a prophecy about the coming Messiah, simply doesn’t present Jesus the way I would present Jesus.
Take some time to thank God for the forgiveness, the rest, the joy, and the purpose that is found in the shadow of the cross.
If I am honest, however, I spend more time complaining than giving thanks. This is a true tragedy.
There is no greater purpose in life than to follow in the footsteps of Christ.
If I am honest, however, it’s been the shadows that have made me a better man, a better husband, and a better father.
Jesus says, however, if you take up his yoke, you’ll find rest.
The key to move from the suffering of the shadow of the cross to the joy of the shadow is confession – agreement with God.
Praise God for the redemption that he provides through his Son, Jesus Christ, the perfect Passover lamb.
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