"On the bubble": A state of uncertainty - An inspirational short sermon series by The Commandment Co
A news article in May 1970 contained one of the first uses of the idiom “on the bubble.” Referring to a state of uncertainty, the expression was used in relation to rookie race car driver Steve Krisiloff. He’d been “on the bubble,” having posted a slow qualifying lap for the Indianapolis 500. Later, it was confirmed that his time—though the slowest of those who qualified—allowed him to compete in the race.
You are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, His own special people, that you may proclaim the praises of Him who called you out of darkness into His marvelous light ~ 1 Peter 2:9 - Encouraging short sermons and devotionals compiled by The Commandment Co
We can feel at times that we’re “on the bubble,” uncertain we have what it takes to compete in or finish the race of life. When we’re feeling that way, it’s important to remember that with Jesus we’re never “on the bubble”. As children of God, our place in His kingdom is secure (John 14:3). Our confidence flows from Him who chose Jesus to be the “cornerstone” on which our lives are built, and He chose us to be “living stones” filled with the Spirit of God, capable of being the people God created us to be (1 Peter 2:5–6).
 With Jesus, we're never "on the bubble" We have confidence in Jesus, our cornerstone, which our lives are built on ~ Moving short sermon series for you and your friends
In Christ, our future is secure as we hope in and follow Him. For “[we] are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, God’s special possession, that [we] may declare the praises of him who called [us] out of darkness into his wonderful light”.
In Christ, our future is secure as we hope in and follow Him ~ Uplifting devotionals and short sermons to get you through your day!
In Jesus’ eyes, we’re not “on the bubble.” We’re precious and loved.
In Jesus' eyes, we're not "on the bubble". We are precious and loved - Heartening short sermon series compiled by The Commandment Co
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March 11, 2021 — The Commandment Co