In the story of Zacchaeus, Jesus says that He came to seek and save the lost. That word "lost" refers to one who is being destroyed or actively killed. Zacchaeus was wealthy, but he was also despised, because he was a tax collector. He was lost, and Jesus called him by name and invited Himself to Zacchaeus' house. Are you able to look at the ways you are lost? Are you willing to allow Jesus to come to your house, to show you where the false narratives have taken hold, and to reveal your true identity? The worship journey for this week: "Going from distant observer to faithful disciple of Christ." Luke 19:1-10; Matthew 11:19.
November 3, 2019