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The need to be rescued is somewhat about personal incompleteness and mostly about God, who desires to have loving communion with creation. Spiritual rescue follows a simple pattern: Messiah is lovingly sent to rescue; each has a tendency to fight against the Rescuer; personal humility is a statement of faithful surrender and the key to being found; the greatest journey of rescue is Jesus Messiah?s upper room to empty tomb victory over sin and death; now rescued, the individual?s only responsibility is to bear the Christ Who bears our wounds. Such is the journey to rescue.In The Humility of Being Found: A Journey To Rescue, Kevin B. Cain writes, ?Please acknowledge deep within every soul there is division from and longing for communion with the One larger than ourselves and with brothers and sisters in the struggle of life. Every division requires rescue, and the eternal estrangement of people from the God Who loves them necessitates the greatest of rescues. And, so, whether we realize or not, each of us sets out on a journey to discover rescue. Thousands of years ago, Messiah did the same. God descended into a journey, not to be rescued, but to offer rescue. The apostle, Paul, says Messiah?s journey to rescue each of us can be summed up in three words: death, burial, and resurrection. Whether the individual?s journey to be rescued is active or passive, Jesus? journey of death, burial, and resurrection has brought rescue to all. You are now being invited to enter thirty-six hours from my personal journal. In the pages that follow, you will read my chronicling of Jesus? Upper Room to empty-tomb journey of rescue and my attempt, through vigil, to journey alongside creation?s Rescuer. In the written testimony of my journey to be rescued and my stumbling over the Messianic leaf of God?s rescue that follows, perhaps you too will stumble, welcome rescue, and rise.?From the Back CoverThe pictures on the cover are from my personal journal. During a 2015 autumn trip to Seattle, my wife, oldest son, and I visited the city's iconic Public Market Center. There, amidst flying salmon, the diversity of other food offerings, flowers, and art, we stumbled upon a woman selling jour- nals covered with natural animal hides and filled with journal pages of recycled, imperfect paper. I wanted one, but in my wife's eyes I could see an immediate-future Christmas present she desired to purchase for me, so I never reached for my wallet. Instead, we took the woman's business card, and within a month and a few days, one of the journals was under our family Christmas tree as one of my Christmas presents. The morning after the journal's unwrapping, I began putting pen to the unrefined pages. I was preparing for my first sermon series of the year titled, "This Day's Bread." It was to be an exploration into the individual's association with the body and blood of Christ. As I began to record eucharistic scriptures, I discov- ered a raised image at the bottom of the journal page upon which I was writing. I ran my fingers over it. There waiting on me was a resemblance of Jesus' beaten, but unbroken body hanging on the cross. In black ink, I started to outline the perfection housed in the invisible image rising from the flawed paper. With the likeness defined, I sketched a cross, and there was my Rescuer, your Rescuer, our Rescuer--this One we each so often fight against, saying, "Humble yourself and be found." In Jesus' perfect rescue of each of us, we find our desired rescue.About the AuthorKEVIN B. CAIN is the founding pastor of Kingdom: A Community Church in Westover, West Virginia, and he is the author of both, As She Is Dying, and the widely read #earlywillirise daily devotional.  Pastoring for thirty years in his lifelong hometown has granted Kevin the privilege to walk alongside the new-life journeys of many.  Kevin and his wife, Lesley, are the parents of three college-age sons, two Basset Hounds, and one Chocolate Lab.

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The need to be rescued is somewhat about personal incompleteness and mostly about God, who desires to have loving communion with creation. Spiritual rescue follows a simple pattern: Messiah is lovingly sent to rescue; each has a tendency to fight against the Rescuer; personal humility is a statement of faithful surrender and the key to being found; the greatest journey of rescue is Jesus Messiah?s upper room to empty tomb victory over sin and death; now rescued, the individual?s only responsibility is to bear the Christ Who bears our wounds. Such is the journey to rescue.In The Humility of Being Found: A Journey To Rescue, Kevin B. Cain writes, ?Please acknowledge deep within every soul there is division from and longing for communion with the One larger than ourselves and with brothers and sisters in the struggle of life. Every division requires rescue, and the eternal estrangement of people from the God Who loves them necessitates the greatest of rescues. And, so, whether we realize or not, each of us sets out on a journey to discover rescue. Thousands of years ago, Messiah did the same. God descended into a journey, not to be rescued, but to offer rescue. The apostle, Paul, says Messiah?s journey to rescue each of us can be summed up in three words: death, burial, and resurrection. Whether the individual?s journey to be rescued is active or passive, Jesus? journey of death, burial, and resurrection has brought rescue to all. You are now being invited to enter thirty-six hours from my personal journal. In the pages that follow, you will read my chronicling of Jesus? Upper Room to empty-tomb journey of rescue and my attempt, through vigil, to journey alongside creation?s Rescuer. In the written testimony of my journey to be rescued and my stumbling over the Messianic leaf of God?s rescue that follows, perhaps you too will stumble, welcome rescue, and rise.?From the Back CoverThe pictures on the cover are from my personal journal. During a 2015 autumn trip to Seattle, my wife, oldest son, and I visited the city's iconic Public Market Center. There, amidst flying salmon, the diversity of other food offerings, flowers, and art, we stumbled upon a woman selling jour- nals covered with natural animal hides and filled with journal pages of recycled, imperfect paper. I wanted one, but in my wife's eyes I could see an immediate-future Christmas present she desired to purchase for me, so I never reached for my wallet. Instead, we took the woman's business card, and within a month and a few days, one of the journals was under our family Christmas tree as one of my Christmas presents. The morning after the journal's unwrapping, I began putting pen to the unrefined pages. I was preparing for my first sermon series of the year titled, "This Day's Bread." It was to be an exploration into the individual's association with the body and blood of Christ. As I began to record eucharistic scriptures, I discov- ered a raised image at the bottom of the journal page upon which I was writing. I ran my fingers over it. There waiting on me was a resemblance of Jesus' beaten, but unbroken body hanging on the cross. In black ink, I started to outline the perfection housed in the invisible image rising from the flawed paper. With the likeness defined, I sketched a cross, and there was my Rescuer, your Rescuer, our Rescuer--this One we each so often fight against, saying, "Humble yourself and be found." In Jesus' perfect rescue of each of us, we find our desired rescue.About the AuthorKEVIN B. CAIN is the founding pastor of Kingdom: A Community Church in Westover, West Virginia, and he is the author of both, As She Is Dying, and the widely read #earlywillirise daily devotional.  Pastoring for thirty years in his lifelong hometown has granted Kevin the privilege to walk alongside the new-life journeys of many.  Kevin and his wife, Lesley, are the parents of three college-age sons, two Basset Hounds, and one Chocolate Lab.

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