The Oxymoron of Christ Print (from the archives)

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Everything in my life hinges around what we are going to be celebrating this Easter...the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Every day I depend on the Jesus' blood that was so graciously shed for my sins. I can not imagine going through life without knowing the unconditional love and forgiveness of Christ.

 I thought I would bring out this poem that I wrote last year. The words came quickly and easily as Jesus revealed himself to me as God, humble King and Savior. He is the opposite of everything we are, yet he became like us. He bore all our sin and shame so that we could be made like him and experience his presence now and for all eternity.

I hope these words help you and I to reflect on who Jesus is and what he has done for us on the cross, not only this Easter season but every single day.

---->The Oxymoron of Christ Print

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  1. That was beautiful, Rebekah! Thank you for sharing that!

  2. Rebekah,
    Thank you for this lovely poem. If you would like you could share at Word of God Speak. A new linkup begins this weekend on Saturday.
    I am following you from Homemaking Linkup.

  3. Absolutely beautiful, Rebekah! Thanks for sharing with #SocialButterflySunday! Hope to see you link up again this week :)

  4. This is so lovely, Rebekah. Thank you so much for sharing your heart with us and your inspirations in writing. Thank you for the printable, also. So glad to be connecting with you at Sitting Among Friends. I am glad to see your posts every week.


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