Friday, April 22, 2011

5 Minute Friday

I am linking up with Gypsy Mama in 5 Minute Friday.   First time in and Friday is almost gone, but jumping in with both feet.

Let’s just write and not worry if it’s just right or not. Here’s how we do it:

1. Write for 5 minutes flat with no editing or tweaking.
2. Link back here and invite others to join in {you can grab the button code in my right side bar}
3. Go and tell the person who linked up before you what their words meant to you. Every writer longs to feel heard. {And if you love us, consider turning off word verification for the day to make it easier for folks to leave you some encouragement}

The Hard Love...

Hard love is loving someone- a mess- who throws it back in your face, doesn't trust your love, doesn't believe you want the best for them...   God love.

What a mess am I - my sin--- filthy rags--couldn't enter in His home.   On the road to eternity with only death in my future.   What future?  Who could love this?

God love- Hard love...

His only Son--Hard love.    He did it for me...and you...

Jesus- Hard love.   Suffering for me.  Why?  He wanted to clean up my rags- to make them white-- through his blood.

Death on a cross- Hard love.

Rising again!- Changes everything.

 Thank you- Savior, Son of God for loving me with a  hard and forever love. For new Life.

Teach me to love.



Jessica Hanson said...

The father's hard love promises me an eternity with my daughter. I so look forward to our reunion. I am so thankful for his sacrifice, to secure my place in heaven....

Have a blessed Easter Weekend.
He is Risen.


LDH said...

Amazing love! That He should love a wretch like me.

Happy Easter wishes to you, dear Linda!

Sharlyn Guthrie said...

Thanks for leaving your link on my blog. Your 5-minute exercise in writing is inspiring! God love is incomprehensible!

Elena said...

So, true! Happy Easter to you and your beautiful family!!

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