245/365 — He most certainly does. || I hope you guys are doing well! I’ve been thinking of doing some sort of giveaway or surprise thingy for a few of you through the mail, but it’s still up in the air. Anyway, goodnight! || #Abba #365project #Jesus #christfollowers #handlettering #typography #flower #afterlight #vsco #vscocam
reading through the first section of Isaiah tonight… the Lord is just continually reminding me that He is a jealous God. He absolutely hates sin because it separates us from Him!
and because He had mercy on us and shed His own blood in our place, we don’t have to try in our own strength to be righteous or worthy. Isaiah says all of our righteous acts are like filthy rags. But Jesus’ blood covers all of our sin, and through the lens of His blood we’re without blemish. ♥
it amazes me more and more every day how good He is.
"Come now, and let us reason together," says the Lord, "Though your sins are like scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they are red like crimson, they shall be as wool." - Isaiah 1:18 ♥
Romans 2:4King James Version (KJV)
4 Or despisest thou the riches of his goodness and forbearance and longsuffering; not knowing that the goodness of God leadeth thee to repentance?
Bethel Music’s Steffany Gretzinger has crafted an intimate collection of original songs, debuting her first solo album. The Undoing began from what Steffany describes as “the moments in-between”: the life we live in between our corporate worship gatherings. What does it look like to worship in the process of growth, love, pain, healing? The Undoing is a whole-hearted response to this question and the journey it beckons, resulting in 11 lyrically-rich tracks bearing fresh melodies and unique instrumentation. Some songs began in spontaneous worship, others began as personal prayers or were written for friends. The album’s anthemic track about trust, “Steady Heart,” is laced with atmospheric vocals and sonic intricacies. With honest lyrics and provoking textures, “Promise I Always Will” explores the unfolding of covenant relationship. Hymn-like in quality, “Out of Hiding” is a pointed ballad sung from God’s perspective over his beloved. The Undoing invites listeners to embrace not so much the destinations we reach with God, but the many processes we walk out in this life with Him: the crucial moments along the way. It is from this place that Steffany has translated her experiences and passion into songs that are meant to last.
don’t often buy a whole album but this one is a sell. aug 25th can’t wait <3