Monday, June 26, 2006

Thank-You

Experiencing the emotions and circumstance of Christ is a gift.
Knowing even the suffering of Christ is even a more precious gift.

Have you ever received a gift that you did not want, clothes or maybe a dictionary?

I have been experiencing a great deal of ungratefulness lately, its like you could give everything in you as an offering to someone and they just spit on it.
Imagine Jesus gave his life and still we can forget to say thank-you.
I do not like learning this one, it hurts a lot, but it still pails in comparison to the ungratefulness and brokenness that Jesus suffered ... For me.

Is Christ trying to share any of his hurt with you ?

5 comments:

Bakes said...

Great blog. It's making me think. (I think that's a good thing....) It's also making me pray for you guys tonight. I'm not sure who blogged that, but for all of you Charlotte-ers, know that you are well and deeply loved, uplifted in prayer and missed to the depths of my sisterly heart.

Much, much love and grace for this season of knowing Jesus' sufferings.
Bakes
xoxo

YOU DONT KNOW MEEEeeee said...

when i was like...8...i was into learning new words (i wanted to be really smart) and so my aunt's "friend" got me a dictionary...it's like...the best present ever...

YOU DONT KNOW MEEEeeee said...

when i was like...8...i was into learning new words (i wanted to be really smart) and so my aunt's "friend" got me a dictionary...it's like...the best present ever...

soulpadre said...

yes, the sufferings of Christ are a gift, we wear the death of Jesus so that His life is revealed in our mortal bodies. (2 Cor 4)

Right now, I know what you mean!

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