Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Tuesday Travels and Thoughts

Pen of Jen family is busy today. Second and Third have orthodontist appointments in the town 70 miles away, and Quill of Bill is needing to go to the doctor in El Paso. So we will be driving to the boys appointment, grab some sandwiches and the drive south to El Paso. It will be a long day and yet fun with the kids.

I hope and pray everyone will have a good day.

Here is a scripture thought of the day...For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. John 3:16

We see this scripture on signs and banners all over with many reading the signs not even knowing what it means.

Here is the verse before the one above...That whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have eternal life. John 3:15

Let's think about these verses. Whosoever is in both verses and a powerful word. Whosoever is an emphatic form of whoever. Whoever- anyone without exception.

This means that all, any, and even you(and I )are so special to the Lord that He died for us. It truly means that if we believe on him, we will have eternal life with Him. That is awesome!


Momma Roar said...

That IS awesome!

I'm taking my kiddos to the dentist today - its a day for teeth, I guess. :D

Penless Thoughts said...

So glad you are posting these posts Jen. His Word will not return void!!! Just another of the wonderful promises He gives us that we can stand firm on.

Have a great, busy but fun day.


I am so thankful that I was one of those "WHOSOEVER." I am so thankful that I have salvation in Jesus Christ my Lord. Thank you Jenn. connie from Texas

Just Theresa said...

Child song: "Jesus loves the little children, ALL the children of the world,,," Very good post, and a hardy Amen.

Anonymous said...

I hope your day goes so well and such are your wonderful thoughts through verses that help guide along - life's way.

I have had a day in which has been rather hectic a pace and one in which I now feel so exhausted both mentally and physically and will no doubt be retiring early this evening.


Pam said...

Wonderful verses to share with us Jen. I'm so glad my salvation is settled forever in Heaven!

I trust your day was safe and all are home and well now.

jennifer said...

Leigh Ann, Susan, Connie, Theresa, Peter,and Pam,
Thank you all so much, I so like this kind of post, and to share a small window into our lives!