Matthew 26:6-13

“a woman came to Him having an alabaster flask of very costly fragrant oil, and she poured it on His head as He sat at the table…”

I want to empty my alabaster jar over Jesus’ head. I want to give Him everything that I have and everything that I am. I know parts of that oil might linger on the insides. I know it won’t be easy, that it will require sacrifice, but it’ll be worth it because I want to effuse the light of Christ right out of my very being, right out of my heart. I am in love with Him and once I enter deeper into that love, I know I will see that, really, there is no cost to emptying my alabaster jar, to laying down everything at His feet, to casting off my crown. To giving Him everything. I want to pour out all the oil from my alabaster jar. I want to pour forth it all.

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2 responses to “Matthew 26:6-13

  1. : ) amen!

  2. update this.

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