For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory that is to be revealed to us. ||Romans 8:18||
There have been many thoughts in my head last evening about Christ’s death. I was able to watch “Son of God” with a dear friend of mine Thursday evening and I just wanted to cry, but also rejoice. A mixture of feelings of Jesus’ death and resurrection for us.
“…and with His wounds we are healed.” ||Isaiah 53:5||
A few years ago I had such a privilege to be with a group of Christian women where I learned the absence of time and the absence of technology. I was just gathered with women who loves Jesus as much as I do. They focused of Jesus’ death and resurrection and it certainly put me in a different perspective of Jesus’ immense love for us. You’re more than welcome to see my previous “holy week” posts: I II III IV V
God sending His only son, Jesus, to die for us.
Jesus sharing God’s truth and mercy.
Jesus’ wounds for us gives us everlasting life.
Crown of thorns. Nails on his hands and feet.
“It is Finished!” he says
Everlasting life we don’t deserve, but His tender love shows us His grace.
Because we are sinners and Christ’s love covered a multitude of our sins.
We are free.
Our chains are broken.
Thank you, Jesus. Thank you.
God’s richest blessings on this Holy week and transition of Jesus resurrection.
Jesus said to her,
“I am the resurrection and the life. Whoever believes in me, though he die, yet shall he live, and everyone who lives and believes in me shall never die. Do you believe this?”