Finding What is Lost by Chuck Musselwhite | May 15, 2019 | Devotional


Finding What is Lost
by Chuck Musselwhite | May 15, 2019 | Devotional
Finding What is Lost I Daily Walk Devotion
I have found a way to save cash. I put it in my pants pocket, and it is saved for the next time I wear those pants. Because it is rare that I have cash I can store it in my pants pocket, or even my wallet, and I will forget that it is there. The surprise I feel when I rediscover the cash is almost comical. Finding what was lost has a powerful effect on our mind and soul. The Prodigals father felt that way when his long lost son returned.

‭‭Luke‬ ‭15:31-32
Son,’ he said to him, ‘you are always with me, and everything I have is yours. But we had to celebrate and rejoice, because this brother of yours was dead and is alive again; he was lost and is found.’

Scanning the Horizon
The parable of the Prodigal Son is one of the most well known in the Bible. The entitled child demands that his father give him his inheritance right now and then he proceeds to travel the world and blow all of his money. He becomes so broke that he is willing to go home and live as a servant in his father’s house. Of course, the father feels completely different because he scans the horizon every day hoping that his wayward son will return. When he does the father throws a party. This doesn’t make the faithful son happy but to the father, finding what was lost trumps everything.

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This parable speaks to everyone. It speaks to the person who has rebelled and fallen on hard times, to the parent who longs for their rebellious child to return, and to the faithful child who is harboring resentment. Wherever you are at on that spectrum God has a straightforward message; we can all return to Him. No situation is too bleak or sins too severe where Jesus’ forgiveness isn’t available. When someone responds to the Lord after a period of rebellion the Lord celebrates as if something that was lost has been found.

Finding What is Lost
Don’t let shame or resentment prevent you from returning to the Lord. He is looking towards the horizon waiting to see you return. Get right with Him today and let His grace cover you. What you will discover in the process is that you will find what was lost, the love of Jesus Christ.

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