Thursday, December 4, 2008

Creation & Redemption

From the beginning God had a plan to send Jesus to die for you.

The same hand that placed stars in the sky and trees in the ground would eventually be pierced on your behalf. His blood for yours.

It's simple. It's profound.

From beginning to end, from creation until the end of time, from Adam to you; one name, one God-man: Jesus Christ.

You see, at just the right time, when we were still powerless, Christ died for the ungodly. Very rarely will anyone die for a righteous man, though for a good man someone might possibly dare to die. But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us. Romans 5: 6-8





God bless you today, my friend. Thanks for stopping by.

11 comments:

Donna said...

whoa.

Candace Jean July 16 said...

This moves me beyond anything my words can express. Will shout out to you in my blog for finding it.

Quite a paradigm shift from yesterday's post....but I so appreciate your potluck personality. Rock (and write) on, Stacy!

heresthediehl said...

wow...that was amazing. will definitely be showing this to my kids later...

John said...

Thank you! That was the most simple yet profound and thought provoking presentation of the Gospel that I have seen in a very long time. Thanks again.

fb said...

Way Cool!!!!

Christy said...

AMEN! Praise Jesus!

Alison said...

I did my ususal blog roll this morning, and went from Breaking the Chains at SCL to SFL expecting the ususal dose of Stacy sass.....and I get something unexpected and amazingly powerful. Thanks girl!

Mandy Leech said...

We once had an artist do a chalk drawing during service that was totally awesome, but this is even cooler.... Sharing it.

Ryan B said...

Wow. That was really Crazy Awesome. Very moving. That is a sweet talent.
You should check out the Lifehouse Everything Skit on GodTube also for another very moving video.

Great post.

Beth E. said...

Hi! I hopped over from Candace's blog to check you out! She has such a nice post about you!

I've enjoyed reading your blog. I got a big kick out of the Alternative Christmas Letter. Your family picture is a hoot!

Stop by and visit me sometime...oh, and would you please pray for my husband, Bill? He's having back surgery tomorrow.

Thanks, and God bless you :o)

Stacy from Louisville said...

Beth-
Absolutely! I'll pray for you and the rest of your family as well.

I'm so glad you told me!!

Stacy