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Thankful Day 1

I know, I haven't written in a long time. A really, really long time. 

 

I have been disobedient. 

 

I have been disorganized.

 

And I am disgusted with myself. 

 

I feel like I have been living Romans 7:15-25 forever. 

 

But thank God for Romans 8:1. Therefore there is now NO condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. (emphasis mine)

 

And it is there I have to live. 

 

And that is the thing I am most thankful for today. 

 

Starting fresh in the month dedicated to being Thankful by being thankful to the one who made Romans 8 possible. 

 

Wanna join me? Write a reply of what you are thankful for today. I'd love to be thankful with you.

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  As one who has been there, my goal is To strive to bring hope and practical help in the name of Christ Jesus to moms,families and friends of those who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender. And to help the body of Christ come along side of those who have gay family members or friends to help them cope, and love them well.