Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Go deep. Go deep, dig deep. lay the foundation on solid rock. You're going to need that because floods are coming floods have come. And Jesus says that going deep is is more than saying words like Lord, Lord over and over again Sunday after Sunday, week after week, year after year. We do that in the church all the time singing and saying the words Lord, Lord, Lord, but Jesus says that unless you're going to go deep, those words mean nothing to him or to you. They're not going to save you when the storms come. We've got to go deep, and find our life hidden in god in Christ rooted on the rock itself, himself. So if you're one of those poor ones, one of those hungry ones, sorrowful, excluded persecuted ones, and you're desperate to go deep. You'll find beneath it all him. He's been there all along the rock. Christ Jesus.
In your desperation, God's answer is Jesus. It's him. It's him in you. That's the bedrock that you can build your house on. He gives His life and power to you, in the midst of your life and circumstances. All the storms that you go through, the mystery of this great exchange of his life for yours. His presence abiding in you is where you're going to find the blessing and the strength, the foundation that you need to stand. You are blessed as you go deep. As the storms come, your house will be blessed. Your life will be blessed because you've learned you've experienced his deep, deep love for you. And you can rest on that, on that bedrock truth, that he is enough. And he is there. And he has come for you. So let's go deep. Let's go to him. That's the prayer that I have for my own soul. That's the prayer that I have for my family for my wife and my daughters and my son. That's a prayer that I have for you. May it be so