Mosaic MSC – “15” (Devotional)

“The son said to him, ‘Father, I have sinned against heaven and against you. I am no longer worthy to be called your son.’ But the father said to his servants, ‘Quick! Bring the best robe and put it on him. Put a ring on his finger and sandals on his feet. Bring the fattened calf and kill it. Let’s have a feast and celebrate. For this son of mine was dead and is alive again; he was lost and is found.’ So they began to celebrate.” Luke 15:21-24 (NIV)

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Red Rocks Worship – Day Two (Devotional)

The bridge of the song, “How Beautiful Your Grace,” is a declaration of our worth to Christ. So many times we fix our eyes on our mistakes, we hold onto our shame, and distance ourselves from God. In Luke 15:17-21, the Prodigal Son has come to his senses and plans to return home. When he meets his father, he says, “Father, I have sinned against Heaven and before you. I am no longer worthy to be called your son.” Isn’t that how we feel most days? When we return to our Heavenly Father, a lot of times we feel like we have to do it with our heads down. We expect God to be angry with us, to condemn us, to make us earn His approval once again. The truth is, God does the exact opposite. He celebrates our return! In Luke 15:22-24, the father welcomes his son home with open arms! He tells his servants to roll out the red carpet, “Bring quickly the best robe, and put it on him, and put a ring on his hand, and shoes on his feet.” They throw a house party to honor his son’s return home.

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Casting Crowns – “One More Song For You” (Devotional)

One of the questions I get a lot is what is it like singing in front of thousands of people? When you get up on stage and you just see faces all over the room. How does that feel? This is going to seem like the strangest answer, but I’m not really sure how it feels because when I get on stage, I am singing for about four or five people. I’ve been praying for them since the beginning of the concert.

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Casting Crowns – “One Awkward Moment” (Devotional)

So I was about 19 when I really started feeding myself – getting into the Word for myself. I started seeing things differently. I saw my weakness differently. My weaknesses were always reasons to stay quiet and suddenly I started seeing them as things that were going to make me pray and keep me in a place where I had to depend on God. When suddenly my weakness became my strength, I saw my past different. I saw the things that were haunting me, those scars are now my story and I could offer them to other people and show them how big God’s love is. I started seeing people different. I saw my friends differently. I’d gone to school my whole life like most of us and I’d been a Christian, but I didn’t see people like Jesus did until I began to look at my friendships. I began to look at the people I spent my time with and I began to wonder about their souls. I began to wonder if they knew God, if they were afraid of the same things I was, or if they were going to be in heaven when I got there. Where did they stand with God? And it hurt my heart that I didn’t know. I’d been in friend’s lives for so long and never knew that, but once God shows you something, once God turns the light on in your life, you can’t unknow it. So I was having to face the truth of not knowing where my friends stood every time I hung out with them.

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