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In Him we have redemption through His blood, the forgiveness of our trespasses, according to the riches of His grace which He lavished on us. What wonderful news for all of us boomers and seniors and our families – in AND out of the Sandwich Generation. My grandson and I had such a nice time designing this weeks photo with the verse on Wednesday. Today, I’m sharing a praise and worship song from a favorite group of both my granddaughter and myself, Casting Crowns, that goes with it so well with Ephesians 1:7-8a on this sweet Spiritual Sunday. Enjoy Glorious Day in one of my Smilebox eCards Creations. 🙂
Glorious Day (Living He Loved Me) is such a lovely and encouraging hymn for everyone in our multigenerational families! The words from the song are a blessed reminder of God’s love for us…
“Living He loved me, dying He saved me, And buried He carried my sins far away, Rising He justified freely forever”
AND His promises to us that…
“One day He’s coming, oh, glorious day, oh, glorious day”
Someday, our bodies will no longer ache, our loved ones will no longer be in pain, our eyes will see excellently again, and we will behold His precious and beloved face! What joy to all of us in the Sandwich Generation who have put their faith in Him. What a blessing for us in this season of Lent to remember and look forward to!
P.S. If you’ve been reading the newspapers, or keeping up with the news online, you’ve most likely heard of the incredibly sad events in Toulouse, France. Do be praying for those impacted.
Thank you for the link. Floss will certainly be in my prayers, and I’ll be sharing her post on forgiveness with others.
This was always one of my favorite “church” songs. We sing it to a little different tune, but the words are the same. Wonderful words. Beautiful video. Thank you for sharing. Good selection for the season.
Hi Charlotte- Isn’t that interesting about the tune. When I was a kid, I used to go to the Lutheran church and over the years, discovered that many of my favorite old Christian hymns had two or more tunes. It always fascinated me.
After I read your comment, I looked it up and lo and behold, this hymn song was originally written by J. Wilbur Chapman and Charles H.Marsh in 1910. I love it when the older hymns are re-recorded – both as they were originally or with lovely new tunes. And what fun to again learn “the rest of the story.” 🙂
Thanks for sharing 🙂
You’re very welcome – thank you. And I’m so sorry to hear about your aunt – you and your family are in my prayers as well!