Maybe, today you have reached a breaking point. You feel like you are too far gone to receive help. Or you think that your sickness is too advanced and has been happening for too long and there is nothing that can be done Are you trapped in sickness and depression far too long to be freed? I say to you, there is no sickness that Jesus can’t cure. There is no addiction that Jesus can’t break. There is no soul that is too dirty to be cleansed by the blood of Christ. Jesus is waiting, calling to come to Him. We must hang on to that thread of hope. We must hold on to that mustard seed of faith.
There is hope for the helpless, Rest for the weary, Love for the broken heart. There is grace and forgiveness, mercy and healing, He’ll meet you wherever you are, cry out to Jesus. For He says, “Come to Me, you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.” (Matthew 11:28)

How to become Synyster Gates:

1. Play guitar with your bum bum
2. Take the shot
3. Fuck fuck fuck fuck
4. Get some Walter
5. Remember: pink is the new black
6. Pretend you’re in the joke band Sigmund Freud does his own mother
7. Make sure you can’t fucking stay in your own head that long
8. Stick your tongue out to make fangirls go nuts
9. Be sure that God is crying when you play your epic solos
10. Be in the best band ever: Avenged Sevenfold

“And every human heart that breaks,
In prison-cell or yard,
Is as that broken box that gave
Its treasure to the Lord,
And filled the unclean leper’s house
With the scent of costliest nard.

Ah! happy they whose hearts can break
And peace of pardon win!
How else may man make straight his plan
And cleanse his soul from Sin?
How else but through a broken heart
May Lord Christ enter in?

And he of the swollen purple throat,
And the stark and staring eyes,
Waits for the holy hands that took
The Thief to Paradise;
And a broken and a contrite heart
The Lord will not despise.”
- Oscar Wilde, The Ballad Of Reading Gaol


A Day in the Word is a weekly YouTube bible study for youth and people of all ages. In today’s episode on 1 Peter 2, Jon talks about Jesus being the foundation of the Christian faith, and how in times of trouble and persecution, we need to learn to stand on Jesus as our rock.