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An old piano sits abandoned in a store. It has been in the same spot, orphaned without a home for many years. Spiders have crawled into its soundboard leaving nests with their growing kin and many cobwebs. Dust has covered its frame, leaving the old mahogany coated in white. If one were to peer inside, they would see strings- messy, tangled and left in a jumble. The keys broken, worn and stained from the many years of use. This is the state the piano lies in.

Ephesians 6:11 “Put on the whole armor of God, so that you may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil.”

Recently a team member sent our whole team an article about sins we commit that may go unnoticed. One of these sins was worry.

At the foot of the cross, Christ looks down to us. He is beaten, bloody, worn and tired. He has undergone betrayal, being sentenced to death, a brutal beating, than He had to carry His cross a long way, just to be nailed to the very wood that He had journeyed with. Yet He wasn't on that cross for some crime that He had committed, but for the crimes, for the sins of others. He was selfless in the way that He laid His life down. He looks at us from that high but humble cross, not even for a second does He regret the decision that He had made.