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Weekend Wanderings

Take me to the cross to seek glory from it’s infamy;
strip me of every pleasing pretence of righteousness by my own doings.
Selection fromValley of Vision: A collection of Puritan Prayers & Devotions

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Some good reads for your weekend:

Annie writes a beautiful tribute, reflecting on the life of her husbands grandmother.

” Faith is not believing in a false promise of prosperity, but in the abiding presence of Christ.” This, from Jennifer Dukes Lee,

As a recovering “people pleaser”, this post, by Heather  resonated deep with me.

“How can our bones not burn with thanks, with love, with the message of Who saved us? How can anything after His rescuing — be anything but appalling gift?” This post on How To Really Live,  from Ann, part 1 here and part 2.   Amazing Grace. 

School’s about to start for some of you, These would send the perfect message for the new school year. There’s still a couple days left to enter this awesome DaySpring Giveaway!

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  1. Jennifer@GDWJ

    Oh Kris … Bless your heart. Now … off to read some of your other suggestions! Have a great weekend, friend.

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  2. Joanne Norton

    AMEN! Lovely acorns ready to be the seeds that become the huge and lovely trees. How often do we really realize how this truly comes to pass. And if those small seeds can become big famous elements, how much of the seed we plant in other lives can do the same thing… or the seed the Lord plants in our lives and we become solid, strong, and lovely IN Him and SHARING Him and planting more and more seed. OOOOHHHH!!! Lovely future and hope.

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  3. I was reminded of this verse just last night. Unless we die to ourselves and surrender everything to Jesus, we cannot be productive for Him.
    Stopping by from Barbie’s.
    Blessings,
    Joan

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  4. I love this Kris! We look at death as such a negative thing. But in our lives, if we are truly to flourish, we must be willing to put to death our flesh, so that our spirit man would rise up! Thank you for sharing today!

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