Not in part, but the whole

My sin—oh, the bliss of this glorious thought!
My sin, not in part but the whole,
Is nailed to the cross, and I bear it no more.
Praise the Lord, praise the Lord, o’ my soul.  — Haratio Spafford’s, It Is Well With my Soul

And the peace of God which surpasses all understanding, shall keep your hearts, your minds through Christ Jesus. – Philippians 4:7

Are you like me? Do you find fascinating the stories of Saints who through tragedy and rhapsody have found a way to glorify God with their grief?  The grief and glory story of Haratio Spafford is what inspired him to pen that old hymn, It Is Well with My Soul.  Fascinating!!

Just, Wow!!!

This past weekend I had an experience that was fascinating for me. While attending The Healing Journey Boot Camp I felt (not in part but in whole), the relief associated with turning over a sin burden to Jesus.  I bear it no more.

No more, people!!!

Our God has the power to make sin disappear, so that we bear it no more!

If you have a sin, a wound, or a painful place in your heart that keeps nagging, pulling, tearing at your soul until you’re finally ready to give it up—bear it no more—Jesus is who you want to reach out to today.  The God-Man, who erases burdens, cancels debts, takes sin off our shoulders, and loves, loves, loves us for all our days.

Jesus is the true Soul Saver and He’s the only Sin Taker.

Today, you can have more than a simple exchange of words and a duty done attitude with God.  Listen: sins don’t need to be dragged around like a ball and chain through a miserable existence you call life.

Joy is available!

A clean slate can be yours.

Do-overs are God’s delight!

Don’t miss out on the miracle!

Pray, believing and expectant today.  Jesus is waiting!

Has your sin been dealt with—not in part, but in whole?  If not, why not?  I’m here to talk. Call me if you need a loving witness or a listening ear.

 

 

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