Neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord!
I hope you all have a wonderful Sunday!
God bless you!
Beautiful flower, beautiful scripture.
Happy Sunday, Cathy.Thanks for a beautiful inspiration today.xoxoDonna
Beautiful Miss Cathy! I love your heart...Love to you~Rebecca
Thanks for the scripture and the beautiful rose. Is it Rio Samba?xoRobin
THat is my absolute favorite verse and your photograph is fabulous!
Hi Cathy, Thanks for the lovely photo and quote... I hope you are having a very nice Sunday my sweet friend!Sincerely,Sherri:)
Beautiful scripture and beautiful rose! Thank you Cathy!
Cathy this is my favorite verse that I hold in my heart. The love of God is so real to me and I can only hope I can show love to others. Thank you for this lovely post, Kathysue
Wonderful scripture!! I hope you are doing well! I haven't seen you around:-)
Wow-what a grogeous glowing picture. Happy Sunday to you too! Diana
Many blessings to you Cathy! Happy Sunday ;0)
Amen,sister...Blessings to you~~~Carolyn
Now that is sweet security! Today in church our wonderful pastor spoke on Gen 25...God our keeper. We are safe with Him! Beautiful scripture and post.Blessed day to you, my friend.Yvonne
Terrifically gorgeous image and deep scripture. blessings♥olive
Beautiful words to go with a beautiful picture-thank you!Best wishes always,Natasha.
Thanks for the beautiful words and the photo of such a lovely flower. Blessings to you.hugsSissie
Oh Cathy, that photograph is beautiful! I almost got lost looking at the variations of color in the flower. Seeing something like that, created by our Creator, how can one not feel close to God? Thank you for this inspiring post. laurie
Oh Cathy, awesome post! What a wonderful scripture and that photograph is just amazing!Hugs,Nancy
Thank you, Cathy!
Beautiful words and photo! Enjoy your day!
And I am so thankful for such tender mercies! :D
Hi Cathy! I was so excited when your new post popped up! Today my son went up to receive communion for the first time (he asked Jesus into his heart awhile ago and has just been too afraid) and as my eyes welled up with tears I rejoiced that he will never be separated from his Savior! Thanks for doing these Sunday Blessing posts!Vanessahttp://southerninmyheart.blogspot.com
Lovely words to go with a beautiful picture...
Beautiful picture....Beautiful words
Beautiful verse and beautiful rose.I hope you are having a lovely weekend.
Beautiful verse...hope you have a wonderful day!Blessings,Linda
Absolutely lovely in every way. Thanks Cathy.
Beautiful rose and verse Cathy!Thank you for liking my post title. He! I like to come up with catchy ones and will sit and think about it for awhile before posting. :)
Nothing can separate us from him. How comforting. Thank you Cathy for the reminder. We all need to be reminded from time to time! Lovely photo as well!Hug, Cindy
This is the most beautiful flower I think I have ever seen!Just wanted to say, I never thought I'd be a grandma either but it FINALLY happened and it is wonderful but exhausting:)Hugs dear friend!TerryPS you know I just wanted to share, you and i would be great neighbors, we both love cottage living in the country:)
Your flower photo is absolutely stunning! Beautiful verse!Nancy
Beautiful as always, dear Cathy. Such comforting words!Hugs, Barb ♥
Amen Sister! You said it so very beautifully depicted by that gorgeous rose. I'm a sucker for roses any day of the week!God bless ya and have a wonderful week!!! :o)
Cathy this is my all time favorite verse. Gods love is sooooo real to me and this just reminds me of his vast capacity to love me, Kathysue
Hello!You wrote: “Neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord!”I want to comment…[To separate], The historical person about whom it is written in the original version that later was redacted into the ”gospel of Matthew” had the title Ribi (similar to Rabbi) and was named Yehoshua. His name was later redacted by Hellenists into “Jesus”.The original teachings of Ribi Yehoshua – the Messiah – was totally in accordance with the directives of the “books of Moses” and was later distorted to what is no found in the “gospel of Matthew” [note 1]. The followers of Ribi Yehoshua – the Messiah – was called the Netzarim (de-Judaized to “Nazarenes”) and they did their best to practise the directives of the “books of Moses” non-selectively; and in order to follow the Messiah today one is required to do ones utmost to practise the directives of the “books of Moses” [note 2]. Neither Ribi Yehoshua nor his followers started Christianity. They didn’t teach the “gospel”. They didn’t follow the ”NT”. [note 2]. His followers never claimed that he was an “incarnated man-g*d” and they prayed only to the Creator. Paul was excluded from the Netzarim because of that he didn’t practise the directives in the books of Moses non-selectively. To become included in the love of the Creator, one must stop following the teachings of Paul.To follow the Messiahs teachings – leads you into observance of the directives of the ”books of Moses” – and leads you into a living and real relation with the Father, which is very meaningful!Notes:1.: http://bloganders.blogspot.com/2010/07/matteus-517-20-i-den-ursprungliga.html2: All these statements are proven from the Jewish Bible and Scholarly research on the website of Netzarim
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