Lord, our hearts are overflowing with gratitude. Dear Lord Jesus thank You for Your crucifixion! Lord, if we could say “Thank You!” a thousand times a day, it would not begin to cover the depth of our gratefulness to You. Thank You, Lord for dying a vicarious death for us. Thank You that You were the One smitten by God. Thank You that it was You who were judged. You were wounded for our transgressions. You were chastened for our peace. Thank You, Lord, that through Your being flogged, and whipped, beaten, mistreated, crowned with thorns, and roasted through the fire of God’s judgment we have been healed! O, Lord, You have born away all our diseases, all our sorrows! Lord, Thank You! Thank You! Thank You for this precious death!

Lord, even more, thank You for bringing us back to God. Though we were enemies, You have brought us back to God! It was through Your death that we have been reconciled to God. Thank You Lord! Thank You that now we can be in a life union with God! Wow, this is the most amazing and the most wondrous gift! Our gratitude seems so insignificant, so worthless even compared to this gift! Oh Lord Jesus, but our hearts are so warmed, so cherished, so filled with gratitude, and Lord, so filled with love toward You. Lord Jesus, what can we say? There are no words… Lord, we just simply say, Amen, Lord we love You, our Crucified Redeemer! We just give ourselves to You for You to live in us today!

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About Stefan Misaras

Born of the divine life, we are now learning to live not by ourselves but by the divine life within, living a life together with God! My name is Stefan Misaras, and I am a God-man - a man with the divine life in my spirit, learning to cooperate with the Lord to allow the divine life to spread into every part of my being! Also, just like my fellow believers, I am a slave of God, learning to listen to Him and be one with Him to do what He wants me to do - in the Body of Christ.

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  1. […] this end in view You set Your face like a flint! You lived such a life of suffering and sorrow, and You endured the cross. Oh Lord! Serve us, Lord, that this same heart would be reproduced in us. Simplify us inwardly to […]

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