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Wednesday, June 5, 2013

We Will Live With Him


“For he that died, he died unto sin. Now, if we be dead with Christ,
we believe that we shall also live with him: knowing that Christ
being raised from the dead dieth no more; death hath no dominion over him.”
Romans 6:7-9(KJV) 

When we ask Jesus into our hearts, we renounce sin; The Apostle Paul says we die to sin. We die with Jesus; therefore, we will be permitted to live with Him.
Jesus lives forever in heaven. He will not go through the devastation of death again. Death has no power over our LORD. We, who believe in him, should not fear death because we will live with Jesus for eternity.
As we read scriptures, we learn that Jesus lives forever in God’s Kingdom, (heaven.) We discover that He has places for us to live (mansions, or rooms) when we arrive there. I once had a dream of my husband and I and a friend were looking at a house that had huge windows with lace curtains that allowed a bright light to shine through. I told my friend about my dream. She asked me if Hubby and I were considering moving or looking at houses. No we weren’t. I have my thoughts on this dream.
A dear friend once turned to me in church and said, “I hope when I get to heaven, that you will live next door to me.” This was a few years ago. I choked back a tear then and every time I think about it. It was the highest compliment I have ever received. My response was, “Well, maybe across the street or across the alley, or down the street, any of these locations would be wonderful.”


When we get to be with Jesus, it will all be good.


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This picture is from wikipedia. It is an image of a painting  called "The Head of Christ" painted by Warner Sallman. It is my favorite picture of Jesus.  I have a similar one in my living room.

6 comments:

  1. I'm so thankful that Christ has conquered death. And Heaven will absolutely "all be good." Awesome news!!

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    1. Thank you, Rhonda,for your kind thoughts. We serve a God of love and forgiveness. I'm glad that He forgives me for my sins. We have to remember that it's not about us;it's about Him. Sometimes I forget that He is in control.

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  2. That very same picture hung in my grandparents' country church when I was growing up. It is one of my favorites, too.

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    1. Emily: Thank you for visiting my blog. I won my picture at an open house for a business was opening in our part of town. My name was called and I had a choice between it and something else. I didn't have any pictures of Jesus except some I had cut our and made into a decoration for our son's room when he was a baby.

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  3. I can't wait! I am so done with this world. Thanks for the encouragement, dear one.

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    1. I understand, Jeanette. Things happen that give me more to pray to God about.

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