Sealed With A Kiss…
Good morning beautiful people, good morning. Yesterday we celebrated New Years Day. I personally began to get some goals together for 2020 and it started with a bang. Yes, you will see me walking up the hill once again. (lol) At Christmas time I took Hershey Kisses and added sayings for my grandchildren. The problem with that great Christmas idea was that I have eight grandchildren. I wanted to add as many as I could from that list of 77 positive things for each grandchild. I would label one kiss, eat a kiss. Glue the label, eat two kisses. Wrapper not just right, eat the kiss, get the idea. There was a whole lot of kissing go on. I even had to get help from my dear sister Flo. I guess the story is this beautiful people, those twenty pounds of Hershey Kisses, I ate way too many. We better pray:
Father, thank you that you journey life with us when it’s up hill and you journey life with us when it’s down hill. You are God with us and nothing and nobody can pluck us out of your hand. Your love is downright amazing. Thank you for your love. Your Word tells us we were enough to die for. (John 3:16) Your love fills the human heart like no other.
Father, you tell us we are forgiven, we are never alone, no one is perfect, we are loved, you are always near (closer than a brother), you desire to spend time with us, we are enough, valuable (created in your image) the whole positive message is in the gospel. The gospel of Jesus Christ.
Father, thank you that the good news, the best news comes from our creator and it’s sealed. The finished work of the cross is for all that will believe. Oh, how we celebrate our redemption.
Father, right back at ya. We give you our heart, all of it. Speak to it today. We live to worship you. Amen
Have a blessed day God’s beautiful people. Every promise of God is for you. It’s the finished work of the cross. Kisses…
In Him, you also, after listening to the message of truth, the gospel of your salvation–having also believed, you were sealed in Him with the Holy Spirit of promise, who is given as a pledge of our inheritance, with a view to the redemption of God’s own possession, to the praise of His glory. Ephesians 1:13-14