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I Know that My Redeemer Lives.

It's hard sometimes to just step back and see your life the way it actually was. There are moments of weakness where you realize that your past is something that you can never go back to, your decisions in life are solid, and your pathway to where ever you may be going is something that you wanted more than anything at one point. Your life, and my life, tells a story of a person who has lived on this Earth and who has felt things. The greatest thing about being human is our ability to feel.We can feel happiness, we can feel sadness, we can feel pain, and we can feel the tender mercies of love. We too often take this experience for granted, at least I know I do. There are times where you may feel like your life is hard. The challenges that you have been given are too much, and the physical circumstances you have been placed into are unfair. Let me tell you something: You can do ALL things through Christ. I am sure you can quote the scripture or remember a time when someone has said it. The fact of the matter is, it is so true. There is nothing in life that you cannot face. There are no trials to hard and there are no circumstances that give you the right to be unhappy. You are always loved by our Heavenly Father. I never will understand the love he has for me, or the love he has for his Son. He let his Son die, and by dying he saved the world. It is in him, and from him, that we should gain our strength to move on. Jesus Christ is the person who we should receive our strength from. Every pain we have he has felt. He is my rock and my Redeemer . He is my reason for hope. He is my reason to love. I know that my Redeemer lives, what comfort this sweet sentence gives.


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