Friday, May 2, 2014

1 Corinthians 1:30...

(1 Corinthians 1:30 N.L.T.)

The fact that I am pure and holy, free from sin, is almost incomprehensible.
I know my faults, my weakness, let's just call it like it is, my sins.
so that I could be pure and holy,
so that I could be free,
so that I could be adopted into His family.
That's God's good plan for you, too.
He loves you that much.

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19 comments:

  1. So thankful for these truths! Beautiful image to bless us today - have a blessed weekend, Elizabeth!

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  2. Such mind blowing truth. Thank you for sharing!

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  3. The truth of this post covers it all. Still following! Stopping by from the Weekend Brew. Have a blessed weekend, Cathy

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    1. Glad you popped by from Barbie's!

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  4. Beautiful photo! I loved reading this verse. Three "so that's" stood out ... He died for me so that I could be pure and holy, so that I could be free, so that I could be adopted into His family. What an amazing plan! Grateful I linked up right after you this morning! Blessings!!

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    1. I'm glad you linked up next to me as well!

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  5. So simple yet so full of truth!

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    1. Thanks, Marty! I sure appreciate your encouragement.

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  6. Pure and holy...a concept that is so hard to grasp sometimes. Thanks for the reminder of who and what we are in Christ.

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    1. Thanks for your encouraging comment Holly!

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  7. Incomprehensible, yes. But so thankful it is so. Lovely graphic and post today. Thank you!

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    1. Thanks so much Anne, for your kind comment!

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    1. So glad you came by and I appreciate your encouraging comment!

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  9. Yes, I struggle with understanding the Lord's grace. Especially when I cannot forgive myself well. What an amazing Father we have!

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  10. i didn't get to comment on Sunday, but i wanted to say that "snowballs" are a lovely represenation of purity and holiness....and i'm waiting for your continuation of the "memories of church" post you did last week too!

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  11. It is almost incomprehensible. Pure. Holy. Your flowers look so more than I feel that way.

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