My Mosaic (Nov 18)
Reaching the end of my time in the book of Ezekiel this week, I see how things have come full circle, the city first doomed for destruction is now restored to glory, and given a new name, The Lord is There.
I'm reminded that the story of Jerusalem is similar for us. We too, once bound to destruction because of our sin have been restored by God's grace through the work and person of Christ, and He is here and present with us now.
As you reflect on the week, do you notice His presence? Do you remember how He has restored you? How He's taken you from the kingdom of darkness into the kingdom of His marvellous light?
Let's celebrate the Gospel today and trust His presence with us.
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Ummmm...guilty. Here's a good reminder for us wives.
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