Sunday Devotional: An Invitation to Grace

Jesus knocks

Isaiah 55:1-3, 6-7, 12

All you who are thirsty,
come to the water!…
Why spend your money for what is not bread;
your wages for what does not satisfy?…
Pay attention and come to me;
listen, that you may have life.
Seek the Lord while He may be found,
call Him while He is near.
Let the scoundrel forsake his way,
and the wicked his thoughts;
let him turn to the Lord for mercy;
to our God, who is generous in forgiving…
Yes, in joy you shall go forth,
in peace you shall be brought home;
Mountains and hills shall break out in song before you,
all trees of the field shall clap their hands.

blue geranium & yellow lilies
In His peace and love,

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Thanky you, Such beautiful and meaningful words we should take with us everyday.


Another proof and why I say that Christ and Isaiah are the two greatest poets in the Bible, and why the genesis of poetry [poesis] is our religious impulse.


Thank you Dr. Eowyn for this most beautiful post. Indeed, we should read this often so that we may experience the joy that Jesus offers to us. We are too inclined to allow the complicated world to destroy our joy.