• Liberty Life Center
    It was all confusing for Peter and the rest of the disciples when Jesus was taken to be tried and crucified. Despite the fact that he had earlier informed them of the trials to come before the crucifixion, the disciples all struggled with their devotion to the Son of God they knew, who wrought miracles and who taught them as their master. Even Peter, whom flesh and blood never revealed to him who really Christ was, was almost lost in his devotion as well. He did deny Christ, not once, but thrice – literally denouncing Jesus in his spirit, soul and body. However, Peter had to be restored back to his faith, not as a fragile twig but as a solid stone upon which Christ’s church was eventually built. His steps had to be retraced back to Jesus as his first love. When he fixed his gaze back on Jesus, he was reminded of his assignment – to feed His sheep. When we come back to the most high, we’re going to reclaim our identity back. And when we return back to our first love, something amazing often happens – all leading us back to the same Lord – our