The Lamb of God Who Saves US, #98
Poetry of Christian FaithApril 07, 202300:33:14

The Lamb of God Who Saves US, #98

98, 10-8, SHOW NOTES & COPYRIGHTS, (Scheduled 4/6/2023)

Today we are reading and discussing 3 poems about Jesus, the Lamb of God, what He has done for us and the blessings that we receive as we receive as we believe that Jesus is the Son of God, lived on the earth as one of us, a life without sin, took the sins of the world upon Himself, as called to by His Father, a death that was the final sacrifice God required for the forgiveness of man’s sins. If we will believe we will receive everlasting life in Heaven with our Savior.

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As we come to the end of today’s podcast, let us pray.

And this week may we remember the words from 2 Corinthians, 12:9;
But he said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you,
my power is perfect in weakness.”
At the beginning and at the end
And every moment in between,
May our strength be for His strength
So His perfection may be seem.
(from God Still Rhymes, Concluding Prayer)

We pray in the name of Jesus, our Savior and Redeemer.
Amen (2/26/23)

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