Saturday, April 3, 2021

The In Between Doesn't Last Forever

 I like to take the time to watch the movie, The Passion of the Christ, during Holy Week, the days before we celebrate Christ's resurrection. I have often thought about the hours in between Jesus' gruesome death on the cross for our salvation and His victorious resurrection. Surely, those were dark hours for His family and followers. Dark hours when doubt nipped at their heels. “Was He really who He said He was?” “Will He really rise from the dead as He said?” “How? When?” As I look back over my life, much of life occurs in the “in between” hours between despair and hope fulfilled, in the dark hours before promise is fulfilled. (Join me for the rest of this post on Sunday, April 4th at Woman to Woman Ministries, where each Sunday I share a bit of Sunday Soul Food!)

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  1. It refreshes my soul and spirit when a fellow sister in the Lord remembers the price our Savior paid for our sins. Can you imagine having the weight of all the sin of the world on your shoulders. What a heavy gift He gave us that day and then His victorious resurrection.
    We can stand before the Father white as snow because of the blood of Jesus. In this I know and in this a base my faith in a bright and glorious future.
    Thank you for a beautiful post.
    Connie :)

    1. What love the Father has for us that He would pay such a price to make us His own!

  2. Thank you, Elizabeth. I have yet to watch The Passion--you are a courageous woman! It's so important to spend time in meditation upon His great sacrifice.

    1. It's gruesome but the beauty of God's plan and the price of our salvation is so well represented.


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