Tuesday, April 30, 2013


Websters, online dictionary defines  it this way: to prove, or show to be just; to show or have significant legal reason; there are a lot more words there, but this is one of interest. one of the archaic definitions is absolve, further defined by: to set free of an obligation; to remit, by absolution. Another (3b) definition of justify, is to make even, referring to margins on a typed page. But, I like the 'make even' in relationship to absolved, by the blood of Christ.
I have heard it said, the ground at the foot of the cross is even.  Our giving to the Kingdom of God is not measured by the physical value as the world see's it. Remember the Widow mite? 

This morning, I am not sure what I am supposed to be posting. Just know that I am.  I will be back if more is revealed. Be blessed, I am praying for you.


  1. Blessings to you, Robyn. So thankful that I'm justified in Christ's sight but it's only by Christ's blood that I'm clean. He sees me "just as if" I hadn't sinned.

  2. This goes along with something the Lord told me one day: Sue, you are not obligated to anyone.....

  3. Beautiful! Thank you for the prayers, Robyn! :o)