When we make a mistake, fall short of our best intentions or hurt someone, most of the time our desire is to fix it and move on. We apologize, we attend to the needs of the people we’ve harmed, and we see if there’s anything we can do to make amends. If we manage to get things back to where they were before, or at least balance the scales somewhat, we'll call that good enough, maybe even justice.

But even if that is possible (hint: it never is!), is limiting the fallout and then forgetting our mistakes the best we can hope for? Is there more to restoration than that? Does the way of Jesus offer a better path forward?

Read "What Do We Do With What We've Done?" // Part 3: Restoration from Joe Heikman or listen below.

 

Are we there yet? This business of waiting for Christmas can be a tiresome affair, and yet waiting itself can be a beneficial spiritual discipline. Joseph learned he was a player in God’s story. As God’s story continues, are we willing to jump in and play the part written for us?

Read What are YOU waiting for? from Eileen Klaassen or listen below.

 

Look inside yourself and ask, "what am I waiting for?” what holds me back from being hopeful in a dark world? Isaiah 35 says, “Take courage! Do not be afraid! Look, Yahweh is coming, vindication is coming.”

We have this story of God, and that’s all it is really – a story. But this story is still playing out today, somewhere, somehow. And that story is hard to see playing out with all the fear getting in the way.

And until we stop waiting in fear, start being the hands and feet of Christ, and watching for God working nearby, we won’t become the hope we need in despair.

Read What am I waiting for? from Ben Borne or listen below.

 

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