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"The Seven Last Words From Christ On The Cross” - 3

(3)  ‘Women Behold Your Son’ (John 19.26).

(3)	‘Women Behold Your Son’ (John 19.26).
(3) ‘Women Behold Your Son’ (John 19.26).

At the end of our lives, when physical separation is real for those that are left behind, we are called to continue to pour our lives into our families and others who care for us.

In His hour of death, Jesus committed His mother to the care of His disciple John. Jesus always goes ahead of us, and He always provides for us through family and friends. As the church’s assignment is to care for widows and orphans (Acts 6.4; James 1.27), the church embraces the task of being family to those who have lost loved ones, especially widows and orphans. It seems to me that this is the mark of relationship in our families and with each other in the body of Christ.

This is precisely why Jesus new commandment is the commandment of love (John 13.34,35). In the hour of hour death, we should have already made plans to care for our families and loved ones. Jesus did.


Finishing Well Ministries
Hal Habecker

We’re on a mission to exhort and encourage every person 50+, every person getting closer to retirement season and every person in retirement season to embrace a vision for all that God desires for them in this critically important season of life.

God is at work through FWM. New people. New contacts. New churches. New leaders.

It’s like throwing a stone into the water and watching the concentric circles begin to go wider and wider – even beyond the borders of our country.

Would you please consider supporting us financially?


Happy Easter, Hal

The Seven Last Words From Christ On The Cross


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