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Sunday, March 30, 2014
Hello friends!!!
Today I have a sneak peak of the upcoming dies, stamps and papers from Our Daily Bread Designs to be shared with you!!   I love the new Faith paper to be released from Our Daily Bread Designs on Tuesday, some of my panels had to be smaller to allow the gorgeous image to not be covered.

The Cross sentiment and Flourish Border Label as well as the Ornamental Cross Die and Vintage Flourish Pattern dies are from Our Daily Bread Designs and will be released on Tuesday. The only die or stamp used that is available currently is the Decorative Corner Die.  

This verse or sentiment has such a powerful message and is wonderful as we prepare our hearts and minds for Easter.  There is no greater love than laying down your life.

John 15:13
Greater love has no man than this , than a man lay down his life for his friends

By these words our Lord shows, how far love to another should extend, even to the laying down of our lives for the brethren; which is the highest instance of love among men;
that a man lay down his life for his friends; and in which believers, should not come short of them; and also his great love to his people, and explains what he had just said, "as I have loved you", John 13:34; which in a little time would be seen, by his laying down his life for them.  

He not only came down from heaven, and laid aside his glory and royal majesty, but he laid down his life; not his gold and silver, and the riches of this world, which were all his, but his life; than which, nothing is dearer to a man, is himself, his all.

 Christ's life was not a common one, it was not the life of an innocent person only, or the life of a mere man, but of a man in union with the Son of God; it was the Lord of glory and Prince of life, who was crucified, and slain.  His life had never been forfeited by sin, nor could it have been forced away from him by men or devils as is seen when He was tempted by the devil himself on the mountain. It was laid down of and by himself, freely and voluntarily; and that "for", in the room, and instead of his people, as a ransom for them; he being their surety and substitute, and standing in their legal place and stead.  We deserved to die and be separated from God but yet in order for us to be forgiven by God, Jesus had to be our mediator.  He gave all He had for us!! What a sacrifice and what love!!

Have a blessed day!!

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Sandra H said...

Hi Chris, This is truly so beautiful x

Kelley said...

Nice card, Chris!!

CherylQuilts said...

Oh, Chris, what a beautiful card and such a wonderful post about our Saviour's love for us! Yes, there is no greater love! Hugs, sweet friend!

Becky said...

This is stunning Chris. Love the sentiment and all the little details.


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