Friday, December 9, 2011


1 John 2:28 KJV 28 And now, little children, abide in him; that, when he shall appear, we may have confidence, and not be ashamed before him at his coming. In a world that values nothing more as much as it does money, our Lord gives us so much more than anything that money can buy and it can't be purchased by any amount of money.  The Lord paid the ultimate price to give it to us freely.  A debt we can never repay. This amazing gift the Lord has bestowed on us who are so undeserving, should humble us into servitude for this profound gift of love. It is hard to imagine not being ashamed before him at his coming. Being made joint heirs with Christ in the Kingdom of God is a tremendous proposition; a very joyous and exciting proposition for those who choose wisely. All praise and glory to God our mighty Father in Heaven.


Anonymous said...


Thanks FF for the uplifting post.
Indeed, a debt we can never repay. But, He paid that in full.

Just came across this "Europarlamento" clip and thought sharing with you. Some folks have guts to tell some truth.

Stay blessed and keep looking up.


Anonymous said...

Oops here is the link:!

faithful forever said...

Great link, Annon, and doncha just love hearing the truth. It's the other thing that there's too little of in our world.

I like that Time Magazine has named 'the protester' as the person of the year. I heard they are still shutting down ports on the West Coast 'to hit Goldman Sachs where it hurts.' Power to the people even though the Lord is the only one who can wage war with the beast. If they can make it squirm a little bit, then they have done a good thing. I also heard that bankers in London have so much stress and pressure from the negative press, many are being treated for alcohol and cocaine addiction. This is only the beginning of their troubles and nothing compared to what lies ahead for them.

I am always greatly blessed by your presence Annon and may our amazing God continue to bless you while you endure to the very end.

faithful forever said...

Lest we forget what a historic year it has been, here's a great video to remind us: