Category Archives: Forgiveness

His Amazing Love

His Amazing Love - Daisy

His Love

Beautiful heart, so precious so pure

Brought here to love, brought here to cure

Brought here to carry, brought here to give

Brought to enable the broken to live

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Selflessly living, giving His soul

Compassion the motive, healing His goal

Bestowing grace on the weary and broken

Benevolent Savior, lived actions not spoken

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Not seeking reward for His selfless way

Fulfilled by a smile from a child on his way

Broken of spirit drew to His side

He smiled and blessed, His arms opened wide

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He lived for your blessing, He died for your life

Not welcomed by any, surrounded in strife

Alone in His purpose, His heart sang out love

Here for your blessing, God’s gift from above

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He whispers His love in your broken heart’s ear

He calls to you spirit, can you not hear?

He longs to anoint you and bathe you in grace

He smiles on your spirit, come seek His beautiful face

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So Many Regrets

So Many Regrets

Lord, I am so full of regrets, how can you forgive me?

Today I’m going to;

Pick a thought that causes me regret

I’ll ask the Lord’s forgiveness and then I will forget

Picture by Easter Ellen
Picture by Easter Ellen

We are taught that God forgives, God is loving, God is the perfection of mercy and grace. Today, think about one of those difficult memories. You know the kind of memory that is buried deeply in one of the dark little corners of your spirit.. almost forgotten, but never gone. Regret; it can have a powerful effect on our self-worth and in time even in our ability to cope with every-day life as it festers in the background of our spirit. Today, let us confess our regrets and sins to God, seek forgiveness and believe… yes believe that we are forgiven as our Father in Heaven promises us.

Jesus took all upon Himself so that we would not have to carry the weight, the judgment and the burden of our sins. Jesus died for our freedom from the weight of carrying our sins that we have until we seek His forgiveness.

Once you confess your sins to God, be assured that they are now dead and gone. We are promised that God purifies our hearts and our spirits. Then, in the truest meaning of repentance, “go and sin no more”. I know.. easy to say. Use this as your guiding light and goal. Let God be the strength that fights with and for you and gives you the ability to walk in His way.

Matthew 26;28 This is the blood of the covenant, which is poured out for many for the forgiveness of sins.