Saturday, 24 October 2020

With His stripes

All our diseases
Required healing; our healing
Required Jesus' stripes.



 Around the Firth of Forth

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  1. What gorgeous photos and wonderful reflection, David! I'm now following you via Blogger.
    Blessings to you and yours!

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    1. Thank you, and trusting you are blessed on this Lord's day; may all be to His glory!

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  2. Good Morning, David. I love your thoughts, David. I will enjoy reading more.

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  3. Thank you, and trusting you are blessed on this Lord's day; may all be to His glory!

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  5. You apply your photography well to Scripture truths. I especially appreciate the pictures of bridges. Bridges fascinate me.

    Praising our Lord for Jesus Christ, our "bridge" to the Father!

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    1. I'm not sure about the applications; Jesus Christ our bridge - and better. There are no bridges in the Bible.

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  6. Nice Bibletext. and about bridges ... I think Barabara is linking to this text in her comment(Jesus, our bridge): 1 Timothy 2:5 For there is one God, and one mediator also between God and men, the man Christ Jesus.

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    1. Thanks - yes. It was just something I had noticed about bridges in the bible.

      It has been said, "When I come to the ministry of reconciliation, I find that all that is gone. It is not that man has bridged the distance, nor has God bridged the distance, but God in grace has removed it".

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  7. Boa tarde David. Obrigado pela sua visita. Gostaria de lhe convidar a seguir o meu Blogger. A parte de seguidor est√° abaixo do tradutor com bandeiras do lado direito.

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    1. Sorry, my computer locks me out of your site. I'll try an occasion visit from my tablet.

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