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Bits of Art for February 11, 2009
Tuesday, February 10, 2009 • Posted February 10, 2009

“Open the eyes of my heart, Lord. Open the eyes of my heart. I want to see you Lord. I want to see your face!

I just came home from a beautiful experience on “The Road to Emmaus.” And I saw the face of God in so many fine people. I can’t stop smiling. I had a great Christian leader and now have a lot of tremendous friends for life. Praise God.

And praise God for the rain and the hope for more this week Our God is great and he will provide all our needs.

We offer a great wish for a happy birthday to Garret Bibb on February 15th, to Emily Jordan on February 17th and to Amber Sanders on her eighth birthday on February 19th. Have a great day.

Our condolences go to Barbara and Mark Krause after the death of her Aunt Edna Eckert. Praises be to God for the final healing that He has done.

Healing prayers were requested for little Sophia Jordan with her bad cough. Continue your prayers for Tina Carter’s grandson and for Helen Donop.

A few weeks age, Reverend Krause mentioned something about the ”I”between the “s” and the “n” in sin. I asked him about this so I could understand the significance of the statement. He said that it must have come from the Holy Spirit since he had no memory of it. But, then, I heard him give the meaning and importance of those words.

God’s word tells us that “sin causes us to live our lives backward from God” And he had a visual representation of this: a small black wooden cutout standing on the table with “nIs” (sin backwards with a capital I in the middle The large I for me and a reminder that sin is always black). And he went on to explain that God’s grace is larger than all of our sin. His grace destroys our sin. So Mark’s visual also included a large red, wooden sign that displayed “GRACE” on the table. And we saw the grace of God fall and destroy the black backward sin of our lives.

Praise the Lord.

We are God’s children. He has known us before we were born. He had a plan for our lives. He loves us and has blessed us with a life we do not deserve. Let Him us you. His grace is real. He will open the doors for you. Be ready to serve.

Thanks to God’s grace, I am a better man in this place.

God is good. All the time. All the time. God is good.

Halleluiah Hallelu-YAA!

Open your eyes and see God in all of His creation.

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