Some say that home is a feeling  . . . some say that it needs to be a permanent place.
Some people are at home wherever they go and there are still some that never find home.

Is home a place?  Is it a feeling?  Is it where you feel welcome?  Is it permanent?

There was a Man who came and spoke of HOME.  He spoke of mansions and rooms which He had set apart for people to come.  But, He spoke of more than that.  He spoke of wanting to find His Home in our hearts; for us to make room for Him to come and be welcome ~ to know Love and feel Grace.  This Man, Jesus the Christ, has made it possible for each of us to be adopted into His Family ~ to take on the Family Likeness and to live forever with Him in His Home. 

What’s the deal?  Is it simply a real estate proposition or does it offer more than a locale?  When this Man, the Savior, comes and redeems us, He makes our hearts His Home and prepares us to live with Him forever.  When He comes and brings “Home,” true Life begins. 

Find this Home.  Read the Book of John.  Know the Heart of the One Who has called for your adoption unto true family.

The Father’s Heart beats for you and calls you HOME . . .

“You’ve heard about a place called home, but there doesn’t seem to be one for you. So one more night you cry yourself to sleep and drift off to a distant dream where love takes you in and everything changes. A miracle starts with the beat of a heart.  When love takes you home and says you belong here . . . the loneliness ends and a new life begins . . . ”
Steven Curtis Chapman

Where’s your home?