Monday, September 4, 2017


  In life (time), we all go through some things - we should all have some scars as a result. Scars are connected to stories: regardless of wet her they are physical or mental, scars.
  Scars. Forgive, but never forget the scar/story.
The Cross of Christ, was connected to purpose. A lot of hate was involved in the murder of Christ. A crowd(mainly Kenites) chanted "crucify Him" - "let His blood be upon us, and our children(Mat27:25)."
  The Apostle Thomas was not present when Christ-Jesus met with some of the Disciples: "Except that I see in His hands the print of the nails, and put my into the print of the nails, and thrust my hand into His side, I will not believe."
  Apostle Thomas actually represent many of us: who are just to timid to speak their mind. Christ responded then, and will even now.
8 days later Christ appeared again, Thomas was present this time.
Then said Christ-Jesus unto Thomas: " Reach here with thy finger, and behold My hands. Thrust your hand into My side, and be not faithless." (Jn.20:24-28). Thomas response: "My LORD and My GOD."
  For many of us, the Scars told the whole story. The prophecy, the Life, the death, and the resurrection. The LORD  on the Cross " Father forgive them, they know not what they do." The Scars, stayed, even with forgiveness.


  1. Injuries are painful. Often sting for a while. As we go through, remember Immanuel-Christ-Jesus has compassion, and knows very well what pain feels like.
    Focus on the possitive. Never forget the story: and how it, can help others!×3

  2. Scars can be mental as well as physical. Regardless, both are expert witnesses.

  3. Thomas concerning Christ: I need to see your scars/story.
    HIS-story goes back to the Tree of LIFE, and Adam and Eve being disobediant. It actually goes further back, for those that are able to receive it (John, Peter,..) Immanuel-Christ-Jesus knows about mental scars as well.