WHAT’S TIED UP IN YOUR LIFE? (Luke 19:28-40) ShareJesus sacrificed his comfort and his body and blood to take the punishment that we deserve for our sins. In this video reflection on Luke 19: 28-40, we ask: Why do you think the Gospel writer spent time explaining how Jesus obtained the colt for his ride into Jerusalem? It’s meant to teach us something in our current circumstances. We each have a “colt” tied up somewhere in our lives. It’s anything that belongs to us and is not yet being shared with Christ: It could be our possessions, money, talents and skills, creativity, time and energy, etc. The Master has need of it! But sometimes we selfishly tie these up with our own agendas and busyness. They would be useful to Jesus if we let him have them. Like the colt that Jesus rode, they could become gifts that glorify our Savior. See also: WordBytes and self-assessment tests to discern what God designed you to do, The Master Needs You. This Good News Reflection comes from one of our daily Good News Reflections. To receive them free by email, sign up at gogoodnews.net/DailyReflections.