This is beautiful. Thank you for the reminder that we owe everything good to God.
thank you for that. I’ve just had a lovely but busy day with lots of family and had not yet had time to quietly contemplate the meaning of today, so I really appreciated being led there through what you wrote. Hope you and your family have a blessed weekend and enjoy celebrating the risen Jesus on Sunday too 🙂 x
Hi Rubyellen, this is a beautiful post. We do need to take the time to think on Jesus and what He did for us on the Cross. I’m guilty of everything you’ve written here too. I love the words”My grace is sufficient for you”, it gives me a hope when I feel like I’m constantly not living the way I want to for God. Yesterday our church did The Stations of the Cross and my youngest son was one of the soldiers on station one and two. He said after he had finished playing his part that he felt terrible for what he had to do. I told him it’s important to keep it real because it keeps the impact on us large on our hearts and visually to see what Jesus was out through even simulated is very confronting. I find myself hit hard by His sacrifice and the enormity of it. But without it we wouldn’t have our hope. It’s it truly humbling and convicting. I wish you and your family a very blessed Easter season.
Thank you for your willingness to share sweet truth on your blog!
Sin had left a crimson stain. He washed it white as snow. I’ve casually read your blog for a few years but never comment. Thank you for writing this post. What a great post. Life isn’t fair and I need to stop keeping score. Love your perspective.
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