March 27, 2022
Good Enough: Worthy — Mud Creek Campus
“But we had to celebrate and be glad because this brother of yours was dead and is alive. He was lost and is found.’” Luke 15:32 – The Prodigal Son lives high on the hog and then famine strikes in the land of his dream vacation. And so he heads home, tail between his legs, expecting that he has lost it all. To his surprise, his extravagant failure is met with extravagant love and grace. We can be pretty hard on ourselves when things don’t go as planned. Guilt, shame, and fear of being seen as a failure can leave us wallowing in the pigpen. Our delusions of a perfectible life keep us disappointed in ourselves. Truth is, life is a big risk every single day, and facing whatever each day holds is not only good enough but worthy of love and grace.