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Seeking To Reflect Jesus


I love the Lord, Father, Son and Holy Spirit. All three readings today humble me before God. I am in awe and I am in fear. It’s a good fear to remind me of the awesome power of God and how can I treat our Creator and Savior as just a friend or acquaintance. HE IS GOD, who loves me so much that he allowed His Son Jesus, who was without sin, to bear mine and your sins. He is my Savior. He is my Father and I am His adopted son. He is Spirit that lives in me. HE IS GOD.

There is a verse from the reading of Lamentations 2:2-19 that reminds me of the life and world I live in today. It says … Your prophets had for you false and specious visions; They did not lay bare your guilt, to avert your fate; They beheld…

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