My Eye Can

EYE CAN 

ISTRUCTIONS: Take any can and then cut out of any magazine cut and paste the eyes on an old soup can.

KISS Keep It Simple Sweetheart.  Now pass it around to see who gets it?

“I Can Do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” My I Can! Can you see where we’re going with this?

In times of distress and grief we look for relief from what’s ahead, fearful when the enemy has inhabited the house that faith built. “O say can you see?” Can you taste and see “OUR” Father is good? Look through the eyes the faith Jesus gives never dies, always lives. You who have “BE”come “Hallowed” “BE”ings, “BE”loved by “OUR” Father. To “BE” named after His One and only son, “OUR” Savior, to “BE”living His life all over again in these “skinsuits”.

Though they slay us we will “BE”live He lives within “OUR” heart what we can see through the minds eye. Because He lives We can face tomorrow when we too shall live! His Word endures forever, recreated in Christ Jesus to do good works, to do more exceedingly more than we could ask for or think of. “Christ Ones” endure beyond the grave for a touch from Heaven on earth in us to love the unlovely. Can they see we are His and He is “OUR” lover through trusting in Him? The gift of eternal life! O taste and see that the Lord is good! “OUR” EYE CAN!

Where does this strength come from? To do things, whatever you do is already completed in Him! The debt that trespasses understanding is approved and accepted in the “BE”loved by the only One who is able to keep that which is committed to Him against the day of His appearing. Eyes have not seen or ears heard what is in store for them that love His appearing. Look! He’s coming again where every eye shall see Him, even those who pierce Him. . .

He will wipe away every tear from their eyes. There will “BE” no more death or mourning or crying or pain.” “Old things will pass away and behold He makes all things become new!”

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About prayersjourney

Elder, retired, GPa, Journaling life, learning To Pray, same home over fifty years. Five sons and GKids.
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