Come as you are

Just to continue on from the previous post, this is from Jim Dennison’s First 15 blog from yesterday.

By contrast, those who live in a constant state of being poor in spirit experience the abundant joy and peace that comes from being wholly met by God’s unconditional love. You and I don’t have to clean ourselves up to come before our heavenly Father. We don’t have to get our act together before we receive forgiveness for our sins. In fact, the quicker we turn to God in the middle of our mess the more we experience the ever-open arms of our heavenly Father running out to meet us (Luke 15:11-32)

Jesus has made us clean and was the sacrifice for us.

Crowder – Come As You Are

Happy Thanksgiving

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