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You are mine in the Bible - a Christian perspective
God chose and redeemed His people throughout the Bible. He extends His invitation specifically to each of us, individually--He knows our names, and wants each of us specifically to become a member of His family


When It Hurts to Copy Your Father - #5751
There are things our father and mother did, things they said, that we were determined not to repeat when we had kids. Well, so much for that good intention. All too often, the longer we live, the more we sound like or act like our father or mother in ways that we never wanted to repeat. We know how much those things hurt us, and in spite of ourselves, they are now hurting our children: that same temper, that same critical spirit, that same manipulating, guilt tripping, harsh words, withdrawal or selfishness.


"Curse" in the Bible: Galatians 3:13
All of us live under the curse of sin, but Jesus has taken that curse upon himself. By dying a shunned and cursed death on the cross, he lifted the curse from our shoulders and place it upon his own.


Redeemed in the Bible: Lamentations 3:57-58
We would have no relationship with God if He did not redeem us first. But when we cry out to Him, He hears us and "takes up our case."


"Redeem" in the Bible: 1 Peter 1:17-19
Jesus redeemed us from our lives of sin, not with money or physical wealth, but with his blood, shed at his death. Our debts have, spiritually speaking, been completely paid for us through Christ's resurrection.


Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Covering, Not Cleaning - #4033
We think it's gross that people would cover a mess like that rather than cleaning it up. Maybe we know a little about how God feels when we do the very same thing. When we're doing something wrong, we'd far rather cover it up than clean it up. But the mess and the stench just keep growing.