Linda Kruschke on life and death, faith and fearlessness, music and poetry
They triumphed over him
by the blood of the Lamb
and by the word of their testimony;
they did not love their lives so much
as to shrink from death.
Revelation 12:11 (NIV).
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Ask some Christians whether they believe they will go to heaven when they die and you might hear “I sure hope so,” or “I think I’ve done enough good deeds,” or “I’m running the race and hope to win.” They … Continue reading
I’d love to have perfect vision as the year begins anew If only these glasses on my face offered an eternal view Better than perfect eyesight would be to clearly see God’s plan and vision of the future for you … Continue reading
We shout He is risen but do we understand the importance of the rising of the Son of man? Today on Easter Monday and tomorrow and the next we need not be fearful worried or perplexed Hope has risen freeing us … Continue reading
God proclaimed His compassion, promising to Redeem all who put their trust in His Anointed One, the Son who we call Christ, our perfect sacrifice who offers Eternal life of knowing the grace of God And he passed in … Continue reading
Have you heard the news? He’s no longer dead He’s alive, the Marys said This morning they found His empty tomb He appeared in this very room He is risen!
I am not frightened by the sight of an ugly deformed fallen angel hovering in my room. I’m writing of his presence because his fleeing in the name of Jesus is evidence of a name, my name, being written in a book— the … Continue reading
Yesterday in despair we wept Friday last the veil was riven Oh to know His promises kept Celebrate that Christ has risen Today Christ has risen indeed Grace and mercy to us given Because we know our deepest need Celebrate … Continue reading
This mortal life is fragile housed in these jars of clay Here we are living the good life then at the end of the day we may be struck down, bewildered by the impermanence of our stay Yet we know … Continue reading
Rugged the cross instrument of death brought me eternal life irony