More Real and Desired

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“He traced a line in the dirt with his toe. ‘This is a battlefield. Has been since Cain killed Abel. And don’t let it get complicated. Gray it ain’t. It’s black and white. Good versus evil. You might as well choose sides right now.'”

storm

“Because of the war, he explained, they could see things as they truly are. The promise of Christ is therefore all the more real and desired.”

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How then shall we live

this day

so friends,

family, and

strangers

alike

may see God’s

forever enduring

shining light? And

turn to Him

for attainable,

unearned

eternal

life?

Love

your neighbor

better 

or even

more. As a

Believer you shall

give as you received –

with grace

mercy

love

do

extend a hug

or make a gift

of a good deed 

done

in 

secret. And for

those whom you cannot

touch

cannot see –

simply

take to bended knee…

so the promise of Christ

is therefore all

the more real

and

desired.

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1. Where will you spend eternity?

2. How do you know for certain?

3. If heaven is your destination, how will you get there?

4. If you don’t know the Lord Jesus Christ as your personal Savior, but ya wanna, leave a note below.

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1 Corinthians 2:9

“Eye has not seen, nor ear heard…

the things which God has prepared

for those who love Him.”

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(1) 1st quote: Charles Martin. Thunder and Rain. New York: Hatchette Book Group. 2012

(2) 2nd quote: Eric Metaxas. Bonhoeffer. Nashville: Thomas Nelson. 2010

(poem & image by SimplyDarlene)

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6 thoughts on “More Real and Desired”

  1. And for

    those whom you cannot

    touch

    cannot see –

    simply

    take to bended knee…

    so the promise of Christ

    is therefore all

    the more real

    and

    desired.

    Lovely! Thank you.

  2. I love the message you have here — that we all know that HE is mighty, and when tragedy arrives, His grace is sufficient for us all.

    The picture gave me chills.

    • Yes ma’am, that night was surreal in the way the bright light broke through that dark stormy night.

      As always, miss H, thank you for stopping by.

      BLessings.

  3. lschontos says:

    I don’t do well woth shades of gray Darlene. I am always thankful for absolute truth. This is it -beautifully written.

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