Vertical Connection – February 15

¿ Where are wearing your eyes?Fixing our eyes on Jesus, the author and finisher of faith, who for the joy set before him endured the cross, despising the reproach, and sat down at the right hand of the throne of God. Hebrews 12: 2 When we hike up the mountain we follow a guide. The relationship between the walker and his guide is based on trust and obedience. As we walk along the icy slopes we put our feet in his footprints, when we pass through a rocky place, we observe how he dodges difficulties. If the guide decides that it is necessary to resign due to bad weather, we turn around. But if he says that we can go all the way to the top, we ignore our fatigue and take courage. When I follow someone I have my eyes on him to do the same thing he does, I imitate him. When we follow Jesus we try to resemble Him. In all the situations in which God places me, His goal is for me to be a faithful reflection of Him, in my way of being, speaking, acting and perhaps suffering. In the same way, Jesus invites us to follow him. By giving his life for us on the cross, he showed us that he deserved our complete trust, for that reason we must put our life in his hands and allow ourselves to be guided by his Holy Spirit, in order to become what he one day proposed in his heart that we were.  Brisna Bustamante S.RDS Department AssistantThe following credit, by obligation, is required for use by other sources: This article was produced by Radio Cristiana CVCLAVOZ.

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