Sunday Blessings to you.
Nuggets for today, from Jesus Calling:
"Bask in the luxury of being fully understood and unconditionally loved. Dare to see yourself as I see you: radiant in My righteousness, cleansed by My blood. I view you as the one I created you to be, the one you will be in actuality when heaven becomes your home. It is My Life within you that is changing you from glory to glory. Rejoice in this mysterious miracle! Thank Me continually for the amazing gift of My Spirit within you.
Try to depend on the help of the Spirit as you go through this day of life. Pause briefly from time to time so you can consult with this Holy One inside you. He will not force you to do His bidding, but He will guide you as you give Him space in your life. Walk along this wondrous way of collaboration with My Spirit."
As we go through each of hour of the day, with all the difficulties we encounter, let us turn our eyes upon Jesus and thank Him that He has promised to meet every need. In times of duress, let us call upon His Spirit to help us and to reject those thoughts that we are alone.
Abundant grace to you,
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I love this message of Jesus calling.ReplyDelete
We need to be reminded often of who we are in Christ.
Noreen, you and I are reading the same devotional. I love it! It's amazing how each day I feel like Jesus is speaking these words to me and they are so comforting.ReplyDelete
I just caught a glimpse of snow on one of your posts. I think I will need to check it out.
blessings and love,
thanks for the reminder! Blessings!ReplyDelete
Noreen, I was almost 19 and my husband 20 when we got married. That was old in 1958. By today's standards it is young.ReplyDelete
What wonderful words to dwell on! I have thought about picking up a copy of Jesus Calling. Thank you, sweet friend, for the reminder.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing these very encouraging words today, Noreen. I am most thankful that God loves me unconditionally and that He always sees me for what I can be.ReplyDelete
I enjoyed your snow picture, it looks so serene. I will be praying for your family, and your chicken soup will certainly help.
Much love to you today,
I love you my friend.ReplyDelete
This devotional is one of the best that I have in my collection. I have it right by my bedside. Each little page is filled with a direct message for each one of us and each page reaches right into our soul. Absolutely love it and love this portion that you posted about today.