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Even So, Come Lord Jesus

I have lived a life of which I am not very proud. In such circumstances one might not be faulted for worrying about the day of judgment, the day my ledger is reconciled. Some servants will undoubtedly hear “Well done my good and faithful servant.” But what about the rest of us? Those who have buried our treasure under a rock. Or worse.

Fear not. Our sin has been wiped away. We may not be put in charge of much, but how bad can it be to have everlasting life in the presence of Christ in The Kingdom of God?

From the #imjustsaying series

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