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Take Up Your Cross – Daily Devotion

Crosses in our society are largely decorative, but in Jesus’ time they were symbols of torture and suffering. So what does it mean when Jesus says in Luke 9:23, “Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross daily and follow me”?

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Alicia Reisinger is a Midwest-loving mama who calls Lincoln, Nebraska, home but loves traveling the world. She met her husband, Jonathan, at Moody Bible Institute where they specialized in communications, and they’ve been collaborating ever since. Alicia works as a brand agent recruiter as well as manages the candle company she founded, Wax Buffalo. When her family is not traveling, they enjoy kayaking, swimming, and other water activities on the lake outside their back door.

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