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Paul Tautges Christian Blog and Commentary

Jesus Knows Our Every Weakness

  • Paul Tautges
    Paul Tautges serves as senior pastor at Cornerstone Community Church in suburban Cleveland, Ohio, having previously pastored for 22 years in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Paul has authored eight books including Counseling One Another, Brass Heavens, and Comfort the Grieving, and contributed chapters to two volumes produced by the Biblical Counseling Coalition. He is also the consulting editor of the LifeLine Mini-Book series from Shepherd Press. Paul is a Fellow with ACBC (Association of Certified Biblical Counselors). He and his wife, Karen, are the parents of ten children (three married), and have two grandchildren. Paul enjoys writing as a means of cultivating discipleship among believers and, therefore, blogs regularly at Counseling One Another.
  • 2015 Nov 17
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The old hymn affirms, "Jesus knows our every weakness, take it to the Lord in prayer." How true this is! Therefore, reminding ourselves of the depth of the Savior's understanding of our humanity compels us to become people of prayer. That's the basic point of Part 2 in a 3-part blog series from Cruciform Press, featuring excerpts from Brass Heavens: Reasons for Unanswered Prayer.

Jesus Christ, fully God and fully man, is the one whose perfect life and sin-atoning death serves as the only possible bridge between sinful man and a holy God. Accordingly, all our prayers must go “through” him, the believer’s High Priest. Now that Jesus has ascended back to the Father, his ministry to us continues. The door to God that the Son opened for us through his death, he now keeps open in his role as our High Priest. Read the rest here.