It’s Talk-able Tuesday! Are you ready for a short talk with a hand lettered print-able I made that is attached for you to print off, remember, and be encouraged by God’s word?
Let’s get going:)
I have an announcement to make.
I am going to be taking a little break from my posts, print-ables and podcasts with LASF for the rest of this month, the month of May. I will be back in June ready to continue in Ecclesiastes.
For today, I would like to look at Eccl 3:1. It says:
There is a time for everything,and a season for every activity under the heavens:
I have been asked to speak at my local churches Women’s Retreat this year and the retreat is over Memorial Weekend. I am very honored and excited to be able to share what God and His word have to say about being “Washed, Cleaned, and Refreshed”. I am going to be giving “Talk-ables”, you could say, to the women in my church. How fun is that? How humbling is that? I am needing some extra time this month to prepare.
As I read in Ecclesiastes, there is a time for every activity under heaven and right now I need to put LASF on pause. Thank you for your understanding.
Let me ask you, What are you suppose to do in this time? What activities are you to commit your time to? It is OK to stop some things for a time and then pick them up again.
Isn’t it comforting to know that there are certain times to do things and that there is a season to every activity we do here on earth.
Ladies, enjoy your time this month doing the activities the Lord wants you to do. I look forward to seeing you in June.
Blessings to you, Krista
Your print-ables are below ready for you to print off 🙂
How was Easter? Easter has become one of my favorite holidays to celebrate. I treasure this time of reflection, remembrance, and then celebration. If Jesus had not come in physical form, had not died on the cross, and then had not risen from the dead, I cannot imagine what hope I would have. Jesus is our savior. Jesus is our redeemer. Jesus is our intercessor. Jesus is our HOPE! Ladies, Jesus is your savior, redeemer, intercessor, and HOPE too. May you be encouraged and filled with hope this week as you go about your days this week.
This month we are going to be talking about DIRECTION.
Let me ask you a few questions:
Where are you looking?
In what direction are you looking? AND
Where do you go to get directions?
Join me next week as we continue to read God’s word to gain understanding in regards to DIRECTION and will begin to answer these few questions.
I look forward to talking with you next week! Keep watch in your inbox. Talk to you soon!
Last week we read in God’s word from Ephesians 1: 4-8 that you are
Isn’t it awesome to know who God says you are?
This week I am going to continue to talk with you about Who God says you are. We read in I John 1, Hebrews 2:11
For both He who SANCTIFIES and those who are being SANCTIFIED are all of one, for which reason He is not ashamed to call them brethren,
1 John 1:7-9 says, but if we are living in the light of God’s presence, just as Christ does, then we have wonderful fellowship and joy with each other, and the blood of Jesus his Son cleanses us from every sin. If we say that we have no sin, we are only fooling ourselves and refusing to accept the truth. But if we confess our sins to him, he can be depended on to forgive us and to cleanse us from every wrong. And it is perfectly proper for God to do this for us because Christ died to wash away our sins.
Ladies, from what we just read you are SANCTIFIED.
Do you know what this means?
You are set apart for a purpose
You are made pure
You are made clean
You are given a moral sanction; sanction means to be made valid by a formal procedure
Ladies this is GOOD NEWS! Why? Because:
we cannot SANCTIFIY ourselves.
we cannot purify ourselves
we cannot clean ourselves
We need a moral sanction, a “formal procedure” to SANCTIFY us.
Jesus is the one who gave us the moral sanction in order for us to be sanctified, made us clean and pure. He had to go through the “formal procedure” of living here on earth, dying and rising again to give us a moral sanction so we can be SANCTIFIED, made clean and pure.
This is GOOD NEWS because it is a gift and our enemy cannot take it away or tell us we are not good enough. Because we already know we are not good enough and know that Jesus sanctioned us and we are therefore SANCTIFIED – made pure.
Ladies, let this soak in for a moment….
You – are – SANCTIFIED, made pure and Jesus is the one who can make you pure and therefore no one or thing can take it from you.
Do not let the enemy trick you and tell you otherwise.
Isn’t it assuring to know who you are? When you allow Jesus to be your savior, you gain such a rich identity.
An identity that does not change over time.
An identity that does not change as society changes.
An identity that does not change because another person decides to change their mind.
So, ladies, who are you? Last week we read you are Chosen, adopted, and forgiven. This week we read you are SANCTIFIED, made pure, clean, holy.
I have a print-able for you today that I made and it says “you are sanctified”. I want to encourage you to print it off and be reminded from God’s word of Who you are.
For your You are sanctified print-able – large: Click Here
For your You are sanctified print-able small: Click Here
Ladies, have a super week and remember as you go about your daily happenings, job, meetings, errands, remember who you are and stand firm in knowing this is who God says you are.
You are Chosen, Adopted, Forgiven, SANCTIFIED, Pure, and Clean!