For me to live is to gain and to die is a loss. Wait, what? That’s not right.

20 thoughts on “For me to live is to gain and to die is a loss. Wait, what? That’s not right.”

  1. Hi Benjamin,

    Thank you for joining my Blog family.

    I found your April 13th post very informative. Learning to carry the cross is a process, but, like you, I endeavor to pursue until I meet Jesus and experience eternal life.

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    1. Thank you for the kind words, Lisa. I really enjoyed this quote from one of your posts “God’s Promises – I am with you in your brokenness. I am with you when your spirit feels crushed.”

      Definitely, a promise we need to keep in mind as we pick up our cross and follow Christ daily.

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  2. I like your thoughts. This is a Scripture I’ve struggled with–but the Lord is showing me some new things around it . . . like how taking up our cross is also receiving the BLESSING and HEALING HIS cross won for us. Adds some more to think about . . . . And thank you for the blog follow.

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