Have a Blessed Easter

Dear Friends,

Welcome to all who in the past weeks have subscribed to this page. I hope you will enjoy it!

I’m sorry there has been no story this past week. We were going to start The Great Escape. Considering it’s Easter I decided to wait and concentrate on celebrating Jesus. I’ve been very busy working on the three languages I work with.

I invite you to read about my special Passion Week celebration on my English blog:

Let’s Celebrate Jesus

Three words have been on my heart for weeks now, word to think about out precious Savior:

REMEMBER: 1 Corinthians 11:23-26
REFLECT: Psalm 103:1-5
REJOICE: Philippians 4:4

REMEMBER where you came from, what God brought you from (Psalm 40:1-3).
REMEMBER what Jesus has done for you (Isaiah 53:3-9).

REFLECT on the great goodness of God (Psalm 34:8; 86:5).
REFLECT on all of God’s blessings (Psalm 103: 1-5).

REJOICE for salvation and everything God has in store for you (1 Corinthians 2:9).
REJOICE because your name is written in heaven (Luke 10:20).

Thank be to God for his inexpressible gift!
2 Corinthians 9:15

During this Holy Week, as never before, remember all the wonders Jesus has done for you. Reflect on God’s goodness and all the blessings that God pours out daily in your life. Rejoice!

Make a Remembrance Circle to use as a centerpiece or a wall decoration. Print the three sheets with the words and the cross. Cut them out and glue them on a poster board. You might want to have it plasticized or cover it with transparent contact paper. (Don’t mind the Spanish in the picture.) Here is the file for what you need:

File for print:  Remembrance Circle

We have made bookmark with the tree words. Print a bunch and distribute. Having this in your Bible will remind you to:

REMEMBER JESUS
REFLECT ON JESUS’ LOVE
REJOICE FOR JESUS IS COMING

Bookmark:  Honor Jesus Bookmark

The first weekend in April we will start the story THE GREAT ESCAPE. Don’t miss it!

I’ll be back with a John 3:16 cross in a couple of days.

 

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