Stu’s World: Post Picks for June 2022

I must be honest. I have not been reading a lot lately much less writing due to being so drained after work. These hot days drain a person. I'm staying hydrated but it feels like I sweat it out as fast as I can take it in. But there are a few posts that I… Continue reading Stu’s World: Post Picks for June 2022

Stu’s World: Post Picks For April 2022

Man oh man! I don't know what it is about April but wow! There are been so many amazing posts chocked full of substance, biblical knowledge, testimonies and sheer love for fellow bloggers and readers! I truly hope you enjoy these as much or better yet more than I! Allow me to jump right in… Continue reading Stu’s World: Post Picks For April 2022

My Post Picks For October 2019

What a freaking month this one has been. I've honestly been in a dark place for most of it. Tomorrow can not get here fast enough for Stu...though I will freeze to death at work🥶 Despite my issues, I have managed to read and write a little. Such wonderful posts/stories have been shared. Many hit… Continue reading My Post Picks For October 2019

My Post Picks For September 2019

I must apologize up front. I haven't read as much this month but what I have read I see a pattern. It seems as if we are all going through a season this month. I believe the Lord is up to something in our community and its a good thing. As each of us share… Continue reading My Post Picks For September 2019

Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me?

Can you imagine the thoughts running through the mind of Jesus, the one and only sinless man, when His Father turned His back on him. The separation He must have felt. Can you imagine the weight of our sins placed on Him? And yet to have His Father turn away…

Maggie Tiggles

WhyHastThouForsakenMe

When Jesus was hanging on the cross, He cried out, “My God, My God, why have You forsaken Me?”

What was happening at that moment? I’m sure there was much more than we can imagine. My take:

  • Scripture tells us that God laid on Him the sin of the whole world (2 Corinthians 5.21). God is holy, and cannot look upon or accept sin.
  • Jesus had lived a life without sin, in perfect communion with His Heavenly Father, because He was God, Himself. That perfect communion was broken because He was covered in sin. He was flesh.
  • Jesus asked a question: WHY have You forsaken me? In that flesh, separated from everything holy, Jesus experienced the deepest pits of sin. That sin, at its heart, is the desire to be like God, to make our own decisions, and to decide what is right and wrong. “Why can’t I go to…

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