Tag: Forgiveness

If even the centurion was forgiven…

God’s forgiveness is SO amazing, so beyond our human understanding. Consider this: when Jesus Christ died on the cross, He prayed forgiveness for the men who crucified Him. But He wasn’t just saying words. The forgiveness He asked for actually came to fruition, right then and there. How do we know? When the centurion and […]

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Are You in Prison?

Once upon a time there was a woman. We’ll call her Anna. And Anna was great at helping other people out. She would bring meals to the sick, watch other people’s children, take care of their pets when they were away, slip some extra cash to the less fortunate of her friends. She encouraged and […]

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Forgiven!

God’s forgiveness is utterly incomprehensible. Consider that, before we come to Christ and receive His cleansing and covering of blood, we are worse enemies of God the Father than Osama bin Laden was of the USA. We are more wicked, more heinous in His sight, than any terrorist could be to our country. And yet, […]

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God’s Courtroom

I enter the court and the judgestands before me, righteous anddemanding of the same from me,who knows only wickedness. I cower before him, wanting to hidemy weakness, my filth, ashamedto even look at his face, in his eyes,knowing my sentence too well. I shudder to think of the yearsthat must be spent abandonedin some dark […]

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Go, and Sin No More (Guest Post)

Many of you know that one of my hobbies is writing poetry. I take part in a few online poetry communities, where I receive writing prompts and am able to find encouragement and feedback on my work. My favorite of these is Poetic Asides, a blog with a real sense of community, where many writers […]

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Whiter than Snow

Hidden within every snowstorm is a promise, a reminder of our purity in Christ: “Come now, let us reason together, says the LORD: though your sins are like scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they are red like crimson, they shall become like wool” (Isaiah 1:18). By Christ’s death on the cross […]

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