Sunday Stillness – Jesus is our Bridge

Sunday Stillness – Jesus is our Bridge

I love bridges. I am fascinated with the different styles and colours; how they can hold up so much weight when sometimes they look so fragile.

I thank God for Jesus – who is our bridge to God. He laid down His life so we could cross that bridge to God. Isn’t that awesome?

Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me (John 14:6, NIV).


Thanks to Karen Arnold for the picture

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  1. Hi Janis, Thanks for visiting my blog! Thank you for inviting me to join the link up with the Irish poem excerpt. Appreciate the encouragement. 🙂

  2. Dear Janis
    I was listening to Simon and Garfunkel’s song, Bridge Over Troubled Water, a few weeks ago and though the same thing; how Jesus laid Himself as a bridge over our troubles lives.
    Blessings XX

    1. Nina,
      It is not my bridge. I found it and gave credit to the illustrator. But I love bridges and this one seemed perfect for the illustration.

  3. I find myself quoting these words often to my girls. I pray all three accept Christ into their hearts and recognize He is our rock. Now I have another analogy – a bridge! Love it!

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